using CWnd::PostMessage(WM_TIMER,iMessage) is slow in Win2000

Posted on 2002-04-07
Last Modified: 2013-11-20
I'm using CWnd::PostMessage(WM_TIMER,iMessage)and I found out that it works slower in Win2000 vs. WinNT (about 10 times slower). does anyone know how to overcome this problem in Win2000.
10x in advance, RanBN
Question by:RanBN

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job_s earned 25 total points
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Why ur using post message ?
if U use send message it will work faster.But it will be synchrnous.

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I kind of forgot the question and let go of it (limitation...)

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