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Prevent the System from Entering Sleep or Turning off the Display while your Application is Running

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi TIPS ::Windows detects activities such as keyboard or mouse input - after a "longer" idle time the system might go to sleep mode and/or power off the display device. If you have a critical application running and you want to prevent the system from entering sleep or turning off the display while the application is running you need to call a Windows API function named SetThreadExecutionState. Read the full article to learn how to Prevent the System from Entering Sleep or Turning off the Display while your Application is Running. Related: Understanding the Delphi unit source ...
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