I have a real time application which we have tuned extensively to run under windows in real time under a variety of different system conditions and simultaneous with other applications. The one application that still doesn't "play nice" with our application is Windows Explorer.
One problem with Windows Explorer have been identified as the use of the F5 key. The application can be made to crash if a user opens the folder where the application is creating files and presses F5 repeatedly.
My question is - can the F5 function be disabled within the Operating System controls somewhere? Thanks
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