Each property of the class is a Color structure that is the color of a Windows display element.
Assembly: System.Drawing (in System.Drawing.dll)
Better performance is achieved by using the properties of the SystemPens or SystemBrushes classes rather than creating a new pen or brush based on a value from . For example, if you wanted to get a brush for the face color of a 3-D element, use the SystemBrushes.Control property because it gets a brush that already exists, whereas calling the SolidBrush constructor with a parameter value of SystemColors.Control will create a new brush.
The following code example demonstrates the Equality operator and the class. This example is designed to be used with a Windows Form that contains a button named Button1. Paste the following code into your form and associate the Button1_Click method with the button's Click event.
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