By default, Progress Bars let you display a value within the range from zero to one hundred.
To set the current value, in other words to partially or totally fill the bar, we change the Value property.
Solution Here I have used a Progress Bar Control to create the progress bars.
A Progress bar is usually a long, thin strip of screen that fills with colour as the process progresses.
Ideally, the amount of the bar that is filled represents the amount of work already completed.
Introduction This article describes the use of Progress Bar.
What it is, how it works, and why we use this Progress Bar when developing software applications.
Background Worker makes threads easy to implement in Windows Forms.
Intensive tasks need to be done on another thread so the UI does not freeze. A Progress Bar is typically used in software that includes long-running tasks, so displaying a Progress Bar is a good way to provide feedback to the user, so that they do not assume there is a problem.Background A progress bar is usually a long, thin strip of screen that fills with colour as the process progresses.Progress bar in Wpf Backgroundworker : WPF comes with a useful control for displaying progress, called the Progress Bar. It works by setting a minimum and maximum valueand then incrementing a value, which will give a visual indication on how far in the process you currently are. In this article, we will see how to make use of the Progress Bar control provided in WPF.