You can move mouse cursor and simulate clicking programmatically using just one simple procedure.
Another “one-line code trick” and probably completely useless. 🙂
This trick is pretty simple. You just need few icons (at least two) for animation and Timer component. The rest is easy…
To run your application automatically after Windows starts, you just need to create an entry in autorun registry key. Here is how…
Using SetPriorityClass function, you can set priority level of your running application. Same functionality is in the Task Manager (just rightclick the process in the list and select priority level).
Using the RegisterHotKey function and few other lines of code, you can register a global system hotkey, which is active even if your application is minimized.
The Start button will be still visible, but not clickable. Completely useless trick. 🙂
Just few lines of code to hide and show Windows taskbar programmatically.