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Windows Vista aware NT Service interacting with the desktop

, 27 Mar 2007 88.8K 1.1K 104
How to build Windows Vista aware Windows NT Service which can interact with the user

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Stefan Repas
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I started my professional career learning FORTRAN in 1979. Later I graduated Master of Science in power engineering and wrote assembly language programs in the mid 80s in order to control huge and heavy equipments at a hydro power station on the Danube River. Next I graduated PhD in control engineering. At that time I spent long nights to learn and practice both Basic- and C languages on my precious Atari ST. Do you remember the classical book from Ritchie and Kernighan? In the 90s I used Visual C++ working for the Vienna City Government. In the new millennium I joined Microsoft, passed exams for MCAD and now I’m working as consultant serving for software developers in Austria. Please take a note, my articles are not checked by the product teams, therefore they are reflecting just my personal experience.

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