Console flicker updating when win32
But here is my input based on some common mistakes I'm seeing in your code: #1 Using 'Get DC' locks the window's DC and it stays locked until you release the DC with 'Release DC'. Failure to do this can cause very strange drawing behavior on some systems, and can lead to other issues like memory leaks.
#2 You should only have the window DC 'gotten' for the shortest time necessary to draw.
And i am using this source as guide, example don't have that flashing bug, and look pretty smooth, but mine keep flashing, and i think because of this flashing my dragging code is not working.
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I think it's better to use Send Message with WM_SETREDRAW to enable/disable drawing on a window since Lock Window Update can only be applied to one window.
I am trying to make the rectangle drawn by GDI will move with mouse cursor when user clicked the rectangle.
Create another Package named Get-BIOSPackages (or whatever you want).
This will contain the source path of the Power Shell script that will dynamically match the system's BIOS to the appropriate Package ID as well as the Tick the box to save the path as a variable named BIOS.
Create it once when the application starts and destroy it when the application ends.The protectors will not automatically enable after the flash completes and the system has rebooted as opposed to Windows 10, leaving the system unprotected.This is because of the required shutdown in order to finish the flash.Since there is no Begin Update() or similar, I had to use Win32 api from user32.dll: I think it's better to use Send Message with WM_SETREDRAW to enable/disable drawing on a window since Lock Window Update can only be applied to one window.This means that you might not be able to lock your window if someone else has already locked a window, or someone else could unlock your window without you knowing.
Earlier at MMS this year, a fantastic session on modern driver management in OS deployments was presented by Kim Oppalfens and Tom Degreef. I was inspired by their session and wanted to see if this could work with Lenovo's BIOS updates in a similar manner.