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Making any application transparent in Windows 2000/XP

, 7 Jul 2003
This article discusses how the layering feature in Windows 2000 and Windows XP can be used to make any application transparent even when its source is not available
wintrans_demo.zip
WinTrans.exe
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wand.cur
WinTrans.ico
WinTrans.dsp

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abhinaba
Web Developer
United States United States
I just love coding. I started programming in 1995 with BASIC and then moved through Cobol, Pascal, Prolog, C, C++, VB, VC++ and now C#/.NET.
 
I received a Bachelor of Technology degree in Computer Science from University of Calcutta in 2001.
 
I worked for some time in Texas Instruments, Adobe Systems and now in Microsoft India Development Center in the Visual Studio Team Systems.
 
I am from the City of Joy, Kolkata in India, but now live and code Hyderabad.

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