ProgressBar Control (Windows Forms)
The Windows Forms ProgressBar control indicates the progress of an action by displaying an appropriate number of rectangles arranged in a horizontal bar. When the action is complete, the bar is filled. Progress bars are commonly used to give the user an idea of how long to wait for a protracted action to complete — for instance, when a large file is being loaded.
In This Section
- Introduction to the Windows Forms ProgressBar Control
- Introduces the general concepts of the ProgressBar control, which allows you to graphically display the progress of an operation.
- Setting The Value Displayed By the Windows Forms ProgressBar Control
- Discusses a number of different ways to increase the value displayed by the ProgressBar control.