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Posted 6 May 2011

Responding to Windows power management events (standby, hibernate, shutdown)

, 6 May 2011 CPOL
Making your application exit gracefully by handling Windows power management events (standby, hibernate, shutdown)
StandbyMonitor
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StandbyMonitor.suo
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StandbyMonitor.exe
StandbyMonitor.pdb
StandbyMonitor.vshost.exe
StandbyMonitor.vshost.exe.manifest
Properties
StandbyMonitor.csproj.user
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Maharishi Bhatia
Program Manager Capgemini
United States United States
I have been working in software industry for the past 11 years, though i am trained to be a pharmacist. Enjoy working on complex and new technologies. Also cleared my SCJP and MCP certification examinations.

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