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Thanks for the hint. I tried the WindowSettings.Title but as you have pointed out, it is only accesible via XAML Attribute Usage and is not settable in code-behind or usable via data binding.
I think I've found another solution:
Im accessing the Main Application Window via "Application.Current.MainWindow" (see here[^]). This Application Class Property is of the Type System.Windows.Window (see here[^]) which has a settable Property "Title". Now I can at least set the main window title during runtime via a method:

C#
private void SetMainTitle(string TitleStr)
        {
            if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(TitleStr))
            {
                //some kind of exception
            }
            else
            {
                Application.Current.MainWindow.Title = TitleStr;
            }
        }

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