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How to disable application switching?

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How to disable application switching with alt-TAB,
or starting taskbar with CTRL-ESC?
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Question by:bor061297
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const
  SPI_SCREENSAVERRUNNING = 97;

procedure TaskSwitching (Disabled : BOOLEAN);
var
  Dummy  : DWORD;
begin
  SystemParametersInfo(SPI_SCREENSAVERRUNNING, WORD(Disabled), @Dummy, 0);
end;


This one works for Windows 95.

Regards,

Erik.
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Any solution for win 3.11?
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