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In Windows 10, Microsoft has introduced a new control called UI CheckBox that helps in checking or unchecking a value. The UI CheckBox control is designed to offer users a way to change an app’s behavior without having to dig into the code. It offers a simple way for users to switch their options on and off with just one click.
Check Box controls are often found on the UI of software applications. They provide users with a way to select specific items and allow them to perform actions such as saving, deleting, or starting projects.
Here are three common use cases for Checkbox controls.
It is the most basic control used in UIs. The CheckBox control has three different states: unchecked, checked, and disabled. The state of a checkbox is determined by its position on the form. CheckBox controls that are in the first row or column are unchecked; those in rows or columns two through six are checked; and those that are in rows or columns seven through nine are disabled.
The UI CheckBox control is an option that all developers should know about and use. It is a versatile control that can be used to make user interfaces more interactive and personalized.
This control is not just for applications but can also be used in websites such as WordPress or Joomla. It can also be incorporated into any mobile app.
The uses of the UI CheckBox include:
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