System. Profile Namespace
Enables apps to get information about the system.
Provides information about the device for profiling purposes.
Provides version information about the device family.
This class exposes a single static method used to check if a list of App Capabilities is supported on the current device.
Indicates if an app is running in an education environment.
Provides the ability to obtain a hardware identifier that represents the current hardware.
Represents a token that contains a hardware based identification that is sufficiently unique.
Identifies the string keys that might exist within the RetailInfo.Properties map of retail-demo relevant property values.
Provides access to settings for collecting diagnostic data and an event to subscribe to changes to the platform diagnostics and usage data collection level settings.
A utility class that supports one method, IsDemoModeEnabled, and one property, Properties. Call IsDemoModeEnabled to determine whether the device where the app is running has specifically enabled its retail demo mode.
Provides access to the settings for shared mode. For example, devices with large screens could support communal shared apps.
Provides information to uniquely identify the system on which the app is running.
Represents a unique system identifier based on either the app publisher ID or a user ID.
Provides a property and an event that describe the current stage in the lifecycle of the Out-of-Box Experience (OOBE).
Provides a reason why a particular App Capability is not supported on a particular device
Provides information about the current Windows 10 secure mode (10 S mode), and an event that is raised when the mode changes.
Specifies the diagnostics data collection level.
Indicates the module used to generate a unique system identifier.
Defines constants that specify the current stage in the lifecycle of the Out-of-Box Experience (OOBE).
Indicate why an App Capability is unsupported on the current device