The Virtual Screensaver System is a windows based program designed purely on Winasm Studio.
The primary design of the Screensaver was based on Windows Application Programming Interface (Windows API) which is Microsoft’s core Application Programming Interface.
The basic idea which was implemented was to construct a program that when installed, would, after a basic pc-idle time (no keyboard or mouse movement), would begin to display images on the screen until any pc- activity is done. Any keyboard or mouse movement would then turn off the images being displayed, restoring the previous view of the computer, But the program would still be resident in memory, waiting to be executed again when a certain pc-idle time is reached. It will keep on doing this till it is uninstalled from memory.
- Tray Icon
- Dialog box options
- Assembly language and WinAPI used
- DLL used
- IDE used: WinASM Studio