Responding to System Events Sample
This sample uses the SystemEvents class, which allows an application to react to events raised by system activity.
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To run this sample
The Microsoft.Win32.SystemEvents class provides a number of public events that you can sink in your code. This sample demonstrates five of the available events of the SystemEvents class. Select the check box on the form to add an event handler for the event. The events and how to trigger them are shown in the following table.
How to trigger
Change the screen resolution.
Modify the current system time.
If running on a laptop, change the plugged-in status.
Change any Windows setting. For example, right-click the desktop to display the Display Properties dialog box and change a setting.
Install or delete a font.