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Paul LabergeWeb Platform AdvisorMicrosoft Canada
Happy New Year everyone! Hope everyone had a relaxed and enjoyable holiday. The peacock family I met during my trip to Dominican Republic certainly did. :)
There are a number of blog posts talked about how to optimize Silverlight installation experience. See Scott Guthrie and Tim Sneath's posts. This is particularly important from an user experience perspective when you plan to add Silverlight content to your site. Many people will need to download the plug-in in order to view the rich Silverlight content for the first time. The design goal is to make the whole experience very seamless: fast and straight forward. If it seems troublesome, then users (including me) won't download it and just navigate away, which is also the major concern of Silverlight early adopters.
Tim offers a few very useful tips to enhance the installation experience in his post.
A handy download package with detailed guides on how to optimize Silverlight installation experience and sample codes are available in the MSDN download center.
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