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How to create software for windows using Turbo C++?

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#1 bomblast


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Posted 26 September 2011 - 05:13 AM

How should one create a software with Turbo C++ for windows? Actually I know little bit of C++ language but wanted to know how should one make a software to work on windows to make changes in it? For example, there are software out in the market which help to skin windows desktop like 'windows blind', but I don't understand that if the coding of windows is not known to them then how do they know whether what should they manipulate in windows so that it behaves as they want.
Like, I can write into windows files using C++ and I can make a software which gives certain output in its output screen, but how should I place a bitmap on windows desktop? Actually I wanted to know that, where does actually windows create the GUI or desktop images so that one may know to manipulate those files only. If one can help me briefly, then it would be great.

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#2 Didier Stevens

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Posted 27 September 2011 - 03:19 AM

The changes Windows Blind makes are mainly done by changing values in the registry.

There are many functions to access and change the registry in the WIN32 API:

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#3 doowikis


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Posted 28 October 2011 - 12:55 AM

Actually i have no knowledge to create a software with Turbo C++ for windows ? Can you help me to work on Turbo C++ for windows.I will be greateful to you.

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