So, I was playing with some Win32 API today and I created a program that enumerated all windows and their child windows with their text and class name. In the list, i found the "Run" window which happened to be open at the time i enumerated the open windows and I noticed that there is a child window with the class "Button" and the text "Run in separete &memory space" which I could not see in the "Run" window. Does anybody know what this check box is and why is it hidden? I wrote this program which shows and enables this check box in the "Run" window:

Posted on 2006-10-12 12:43:28 by XCHG
odd, but yep its here on my xp32 sp2 machine and on my xp64 sp1 one.. guessing it might just do something different like ShellExecuteA vs. CreateProcessA (which allows a bit more 'tweaking' / commands passed...

strange though...
Posted on 2006-10-12 14:36:10 by evlncrn8
Here's a relevant link .
Posted on 2006-10-12 21:33:54 by Greg
Oh thanks. I got it.

P.S: Windows is like Games where you have to find hidden areas and stuff duh.
Posted on 2006-10-13 22:53:27 by XCHG