Win32: Detecting when system is locked or sleeping
dale at riverhall.nospam.co.uk
Mon May 22 17:03:58 CEST 2006
skip at pobox.com wrote:
> rod> I have written an application which works perfectly when the
> rod> machine is operating under normal conditions, however when the
> rod> screen becomes locked it imediately starts to fill up several
> rod> hundred MB's of memory.
> What do you mean by "locked"? Unresponsive to mouse or keyboard activity?
> Blue screen? What is your application doing while it's filling up memory?
> Which memory, disk or RAM?
I think he means locked by the user for security.
Keyboard/mouse lock. As in ctrl-alt-del -> [Lock Computer]
Not the blue-screen, hung, rogered type of lock which is not voluntary and
rather more frequent.
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