capabilitiesRequired Element

Specifies the capabilities that are needed to successfully run the application. The tile for the entry point will not appear on devices that do not support the necessary capabilities. This element is a child of the entrypoint element.

Syntax

<capabilitiesRequired
    directX="{true | false}"
    audio="{true | false}"
    video="{true | false}"
    intensiveRendering="{true | false}"
    console="{true | false}"
    cdBurning="{true | false}"
>
</capabilitiesRequired>

Attributes

directX

Optional. A string that indicates whether the application requires DirectX support. A value of "true" indicates that DirectX support is required; a value of "false" indicates that it is not.

audio

Optional. A string that indicates whether the application requires audio support. A value of "true" indicates that audio support is required; a value of "false" indicates that it is not.

video

Optional. A string that indicates whether the application requires video support. A value of "true" indicates that video support is required; a value of "false" indicates that it is not.

intensiveRendering

Optional. A string that indicates whether the application contains graphics that require high-end rendering capabilities. A value of "true" indicates that high-end rendering capabilities are required; a value of "false" indicates that they are not.

console

Optional. A string that indicates whether the application requires resources that are only available or meaningful from the computer's console (the host PC), rather than from a remote session. An example of this might be an LCD projector application that turns the projector on and off through the COM port. A value of "true" indicates that computer console resources are required; a value of "false" indicates that they are not.

cdBurning

Optional. A string that indicates whether the application requires a CD or DVD burner to be present. A value of "true" indicates that a burner is required; a value of "false" indicates that it is not.

Requirements

Platform: Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 and later

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