Done with a little animation that and switches main window between a "welcome screen" and the regular backup list view.

The animation and fading effects can be disabled, there's a setting for that.

Windows comes with a standard toolbar control, but it's an overkill if you need just a couple of buttons at the top of the window.

It basically takes longer to figure out how to use and customize it compared to creating a basic window and sticking a couple of custom buttons on it.

Had I have a need for toolbar ribbons, docking, on-the-fly customization, etc., then ToolbarWindow32 makes sense. But if it's something simple, then there are faster options.