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C# Definition:

    #region SPI
    /// <summary>
    /// SPI_ System-wide parameter - Used in SystemParametersInfo function
    /// </summary>
    [Description("SPI_(System-wide parameter - Used in SystemParametersInfo function )")]
    public enum SPI : uint
    {
      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the warning beeper is on.
      /// The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE if the beeper is on, or FALSE if it is off.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETBEEP = 0x0001,

      /// <summary>
      /// Turns the warning beeper on or off. The uiParam parameter specifies TRUE for on, or FALSE for off.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETBEEP = 0x0002,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the two mouse threshold values and the mouse speed.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMOUSE= 0x0003,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the two mouse threshold values and the mouse speed.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMOUSE= 0x0004,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the border multiplier factor that determines the width of a window's sizing border.
      /// The pvParam parameter must point to an integer variable that receives this value.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETBORDER = 0x0005,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the border multiplier factor that determines the width of a window's sizing border.
      /// The uiParam parameter specifies the new value.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETBORDER = 0x0006,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the keyboard repeat-speed setting, which is a value in the range from 0 (approximately 2.5 repetitions per second)
      /// through 31 (approximately 30 repetitions per second). The actual repeat rates are hardware-dependent and may vary from
      /// a linear scale by as much as 20%. The pvParam parameter must point to a DWORD variable that receives the setting
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETKEYBOARDSPEED = 0x000A,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the keyboard repeat-speed setting. The uiParam parameter must specify a value in the range from 0
      /// (approximately 2.5 repetitions per second) through 31 (approximately 30 repetitions per second).
      /// The actual repeat rates are hardware-dependent and may vary from a linear scale by as much as 20%.
      /// If uiParam is greater than 31, the parameter is set to 31.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETKEYBOARDSPEED = 0x000B,

      /// <summary>
      /// Not implemented.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_LANGDRIVER = 0x000C,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets or retrieves the width, in pixels, of an icon cell. The system uses this rectangle to arrange icons in large icon view.
      /// To set this value, set uiParam to the new value and set pvParam to null. You cannot set this value to less than SM_CXICON.
      /// To retrieve this value, pvParam must point to an integer that receives the current value.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_ICONHORIZONTALSPACING = 0x000D,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the screen saver time-out value, in seconds. The pvParam parameter must point to an integer variable that receives the value.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETSCREENSAVETIMEOUT= 0x000E,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the screen saver time-out value to the value of the uiParam parameter. This value is the amount of time, in seconds,
      /// that the system must be idle before the screen saver activates.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETSCREENSAVETIMEOUT= 0x000F,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether screen saving is enabled. The pvParam parameter must point to a bool variable that receives TRUE
      /// if screen saving is enabled, or FALSE otherwise.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETSCREENSAVEACTIVE = 0x0010,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the state of the screen saver. The uiParam parameter specifies TRUE to activate screen saving, or FALSE to deactivate it.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETSCREENSAVEACTIVE = 0x0011,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the current granularity value of the desktop sizing grid. The pvParam parameter must point to an integer variable
      /// that receives the granularity.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETGRIDGRANULARITY = 0x0012,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the granularity of the desktop sizing grid to the value of the uiParam parameter.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETGRIDGRANULARITY = 0x0013,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the desktop wallpaper. The value of the pvParam parameter determines the new wallpaper. To specify a wallpaper bitmap,
      /// set pvParam to point to a null-terminated string containing the name of a bitmap file. Setting pvParam to "" removes the wallpaper.
      /// Setting pvParam to SETWALLPAPER_DEFAULT or null reverts to the default wallpaper.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETDESKWALLPAPER = 0x0014,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the current desktop pattern by causing Windows to read the Pattern= setting from the WIN.INI file.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETDESKPATTERN = 0x0015,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the keyboard repeat-delay setting, which is a value in the range from 0 (approximately 250 ms delay) through 3
      /// (approximately 1 second delay). The actual delay associated with each value may vary depending on the hardware. The pvParam parameter must point to an integer variable that receives the setting.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETKEYBOARDDELAY = 0x0016,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the keyboard repeat-delay setting. The uiParam parameter must specify 0, 1, 2, or 3, where zero sets the shortest delay
      /// (approximately 250 ms) and 3 sets the longest delay (approximately 1 second). The actual delay associated with each value may
      /// vary depending on the hardware.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETKEYBOARDDELAY = 0x0017,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets or retrieves the height, in pixels, of an icon cell.
      /// To set this value, set uiParam to the new value and set pvParam to null. You cannot set this value to less than SM_CYICON.
      /// To retrieve this value, pvParam must point to an integer that receives the current value.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_ICONVERTICALSPACING = 0x0018,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether icon-title wrapping is enabled. The pvParam parameter must point to a bool variable that receives TRUE
      /// if enabled, or FALSE otherwise.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETICONTITLEWRAP = 0x0019,

      /// <summary>
      /// Turns icon-title wrapping on or off. The uiParam parameter specifies TRUE for on, or FALSE for off.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETICONTITLEWRAP = 0x001A,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether pop-up menus are left-aligned or right-aligned, relative to the corresponding menu-bar item.
      /// The pvParam parameter must point to a bool variable that receives TRUE if left-aligned, or FALSE otherwise.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMENUDROPALIGNMENT = 0x001B,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the alignment value of pop-up menus. The uiParam parameter specifies TRUE for right alignment, or FALSE for left alignment.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMENUDROPALIGNMENT = 0x001C,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the width of the double-click rectangle to the value of the uiParam parameter.
      /// The double-click rectangle is the rectangle within which the second click of a double-click must fall for it to be registered
      /// as a double-click.
      /// To retrieve the width of the double-click rectangle, call GetSystemMetrics with the SM_CXDOUBLECLK flag.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETDOUBLECLKWIDTH = 0x001D,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the height of the double-click rectangle to the value of the uiParam parameter.
      /// The double-click rectangle is the rectangle within which the second click of a double-click must fall for it to be registered
      /// as a double-click.
      /// To retrieve the height of the double-click rectangle, call GetSystemMetrics with the SM_CYDOUBLECLK flag.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETDOUBLECLKHEIGHT = 0x001E,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the logical font information for the current icon-title font. The uiParam parameter specifies the size of a LOGFONT structure,
      /// and the pvParam parameter must point to the LOGFONT structure to fill in.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETICONTITLELOGFONT = 0x001F,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the double-click time for the mouse to the value of the uiParam parameter. The double-click time is the maximum number
      /// of milliseconds that can occur between the first and second clicks of a double-click. You can also call the SetDoubleClickTime
      /// function to set the double-click time. To get the current double-click time, call the GetDoubleClickTime function.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETDOUBLECLICKTIME = 0x0020,

      /// <summary>
      /// Swaps or restores the meaning of the left and right mouse buttons. The uiParam parameter specifies TRUE to swap the meanings
      /// of the buttons, or FALSE to restore their original meanings.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMOUSEBUTTONSWAP = 0x0021,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the font that is used for icon titles. The uiParam parameter specifies the size of a LOGFONT structure,
      /// and the pvParam parameter must point to a LOGFONT structure.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETICONTITLELOGFONT = 0x0022,

      /// <summary>
      /// This flag is obsolete. Previous versions of the system use this flag to determine whether ALT+TAB fast task switching is enabled.
      /// For Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows NT version 4.0 and later, fast task switching is always enabled.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETFASTTASKSWITCH = 0x0023,

      /// <summary>
      /// This flag is obsolete. Previous versions of the system use this flag to enable or disable ALT+TAB fast task switching.
      /// For Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows NT version 4.0 and later, fast task switching is always enabled.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETFASTTASKSWITCH = 0x0024,

      //#if(WINVER >= 0x0400)
      /// <summary>
      /// Sets dragging of full windows either on or off. The uiParam parameter specifies TRUE for on, or FALSE for off.
      /// Windows 95:  This flag is supported only if Windows Plus! is installed. See SPI_GETWINDOWSEXTENSION.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETDRAGFULLWINDOWS = 0x0025,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether dragging of full windows is enabled. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE
      /// if enabled, or FALSE otherwise.
      /// Windows 95:  This flag is supported only if Windows Plus! is installed. See SPI_GETWINDOWSEXTENSION.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETDRAGFULLWINDOWS = 0x0026,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the metrics associated with the nonclient area of nonminimized windows. The pvParam parameter must point
      /// to a NONCLIENTMETRICS structure that receives the information. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter
      /// to sizeof(NONCLIENTMETRICS).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETNONCLIENTMETRICS = 0x0029,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the metrics associated with the nonclient area of nonminimized windows. The pvParam parameter must point
      /// to a NONCLIENTMETRICS structure that contains the new parameters. Set the cbSize member of this structure
      /// and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(NONCLIENTMETRICS). Also, the lfHeight member of the LOGFONT structure must be a negative value.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETNONCLIENTMETRICS = 0x002A,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the metrics associated with minimized windows. The pvParam parameter must point to a MINIMIZEDMETRICS structure
      /// that receives the information. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(MINIMIZEDMETRICS).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMINIMIZEDMETRICS = 0x002B,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the metrics associated with minimized windows. The pvParam parameter must point to a MINIMIZEDMETRICS structure
      /// that contains the new parameters. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(MINIMIZEDMETRICS).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMINIMIZEDMETRICS = 0x002C,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the metrics associated with icons. The pvParam parameter must point to an ICONMETRICS structure that receives
      /// the information. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(ICONMETRICS).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETICONMETRICS = 0x002D,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the metrics associated with icons. The pvParam parameter must point to an ICONMETRICS structure that contains
      /// the new parameters. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(ICONMETRICS).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETICONMETRICS = 0x002E,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the size of the work area. The work area is the portion of the screen not obscured by the system taskbar
      /// or by application desktop toolbars. The pvParam parameter is a pointer to a RECT structure that specifies the new work area rectangle,
      /// expressed in virtual screen coordinates. In a system with multiple display monitors, the function sets the work area
      /// of the monitor that contains the specified rectangle.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETWORKAREA = 0x002F,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the size of the work area on the primary display monitor. The work area is the portion of the screen not obscured
      /// by the system taskbar or by application desktop toolbars. The pvParam parameter must point to a RECT structure that receives
      /// the coordinates of the work area, expressed in virtual screen coordinates.
      /// To get the work area of a monitor other than the primary display monitor, call the GetMonitorInfo function.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETWORKAREA = 0x0030,

      /// <summary>
      /// Windows Me/98/95:  Pen windows is being loaded or unloaded. The uiParam parameter is TRUE when loading and FALSE
      /// when unloading pen windows. The pvParam parameter is null.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETPENWINDOWS = 0x0031,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves information about the HighContrast accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a HIGHCONTRAST structure
      /// that receives the information. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(HIGHCONTRAST).
      /// For a general discussion, see remarks.
      /// Windows NT:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      /// <remarks>
      /// There is a difference between the High Contrast color scheme and the High Contrast Mode. The High Contrast color scheme changes
      /// the system colors to colors that have obvious contrast; you switch to this color scheme by using the Display Options in the control panel.
      /// The High Contrast Mode, which uses SPI_GETHIGHCONTRAST and SPI_SETHIGHCONTRAST, advises applications to modify their appearance
      /// for visually-impaired users. It involves such things as audible warning to users and customized color scheme
      /// (using the Accessibility Options in the control panel). For more information, see HIGHCONTRAST on MSDN.
      /// For more information on general accessibility features, see Accessibility on MSDN.
      /// </remarks>
      SPI_GETHIGHCONTRAST = 0x0042,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the parameters of the HighContrast accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a HIGHCONTRAST structure
      /// that contains the new parameters. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(HIGHCONTRAST).
      /// Windows NT:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETHIGHCONTRAST = 0x0043,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the user relies on the keyboard instead of the mouse, and wants applications to display keyboard interfaces
      /// that would otherwise be hidden. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE
      /// if the user relies on the keyboard; or FALSE otherwise.
      /// Windows NT:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETKEYBOARDPREF = 0x0044,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the keyboard preference. The uiParam parameter specifies TRUE if the user relies on the keyboard instead of the mouse,
      /// and wants applications to display keyboard interfaces that would otherwise be hidden; uiParam is FALSE otherwise.
      /// Windows NT:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETKEYBOARDPREF = 0x0045,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether a screen reviewer utility is running. A screen reviewer utility directs textual information to an output device,
      /// such as a speech synthesizer or Braille display. When this flag is set, an application should provide textual information
      /// in situations where it would otherwise present the information graphically.
      /// The pvParam parameter is a pointer to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE if a screen reviewer utility is running, or FALSE otherwise.
      /// Windows NT:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETSCREENREADER = 0x0046,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether a screen review utility is running. The uiParam parameter specifies TRUE for on, or FALSE for off.
      /// Windows NT:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETSCREENREADER = 0x0047,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the animation effects associated with user actions. The pvParam parameter must point to an ANIMATIONINFO structure
      /// that receives the information. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(ANIMATIONINFO).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETANIMATION = 0x0048,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the animation effects associated with user actions. The pvParam parameter must point to an ANIMATIONINFO structure
      /// that contains the new parameters. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(ANIMATIONINFO).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETANIMATION = 0x0049,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the font smoothing feature is enabled. This feature uses font antialiasing to make font curves appear smoother
      /// by painting pixels at different gray levels.
      /// The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE if the feature is enabled, or FALSE if it is not.
      /// Windows 95:  This flag is supported only if Windows Plus! is installed. See SPI_GETWINDOWSEXTENSION.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETFONTSMOOTHING = 0x004A,

      /// <summary>
      /// Enables or disables the font smoothing feature, which uses font antialiasing to make font curves appear smoother
      /// by painting pixels at different gray levels.
      /// To enable the feature, set the uiParam parameter to TRUE. To disable the feature, set uiParam to FALSE.
      /// Windows 95:  This flag is supported only if Windows Plus! is installed. See SPI_GETWINDOWSEXTENSION.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETFONTSMOOTHING = 0x004B,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the width, in pixels, of the rectangle used to detect the start of a drag operation. Set uiParam to the new value.
      /// To retrieve the drag width, call GetSystemMetrics with the SM_CXDRAG flag.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETDRAGWIDTH = 0x004C,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the height, in pixels, of the rectangle used to detect the start of a drag operation. Set uiParam to the new value.
      /// To retrieve the drag height, call GetSystemMetrics with the SM_CYDRAG flag.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETDRAGHEIGHT = 0x004D,

      /// <summary>
      /// Used internally; applications should not use this value.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETHANDHELD = 0x004E,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the time-out value for the low-power phase of screen saving. The pvParam parameter must point to an integer variable
      /// that receives the value. This flag is supported for 32-bit applications only.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98:  This flag is supported for 16-bit and 32-bit applications.
      /// Windows 95:  This flag is supported for 16-bit applications only.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETLOWPOWERTIMEOUT = 0x004F,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the time-out value for the power-off phase of screen saving. The pvParam parameter must point to an integer variable
      /// that receives the value. This flag is supported for 32-bit applications only.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98:  This flag is supported for 16-bit and 32-bit applications.
      /// Windows 95:  This flag is supported for 16-bit applications only.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETPOWEROFFTIMEOUT = 0x0050,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the time-out value, in seconds, for the low-power phase of screen saving. The uiParam parameter specifies the new value.
      /// The pvParam parameter must be null. This flag is supported for 32-bit applications only.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98:  This flag is supported for 16-bit and 32-bit applications.
      /// Windows 95:  This flag is supported for 16-bit applications only.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETLOWPOWERTIMEOUT = 0x0051,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the time-out value, in seconds, for the power-off phase of screen saving. The uiParam parameter specifies the new value.
      /// The pvParam parameter must be null. This flag is supported for 32-bit applications only.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98:  This flag is supported for 16-bit and 32-bit applications.
      /// Windows 95:  This flag is supported for 16-bit applications only.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETPOWEROFFTIMEOUT = 0x0052,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the low-power phase of screen saving is enabled. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable
      /// that receives TRUE if enabled, or FALSE if disabled. This flag is supported for 32-bit applications only.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98:  This flag is supported for 16-bit and 32-bit applications.
      /// Windows 95:  This flag is supported for 16-bit applications only.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETLOWPOWERACTIVE = 0x0053,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the power-off phase of screen saving is enabled. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable
      /// that receives TRUE if enabled, or FALSE if disabled. This flag is supported for 32-bit applications only.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98:  This flag is supported for 16-bit and 32-bit applications.
      /// Windows 95:  This flag is supported for 16-bit applications only.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETPOWEROFFACTIVE = 0x0054,

      /// <summary>
      /// Activates or deactivates the low-power phase of screen saving. Set uiParam to 1 to activate, or zero to deactivate.
      /// The pvParam parameter must be null. This flag is supported for 32-bit applications only.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98:  This flag is supported for 16-bit and 32-bit applications.
      /// Windows 95:  This flag is supported for 16-bit applications only.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETLOWPOWERACTIVE = 0x0055,

      /// <summary>
      /// Activates or deactivates the power-off phase of screen saving. Set uiParam to 1 to activate, or zero to deactivate.
      /// The pvParam parameter must be null. This flag is supported for 32-bit applications only.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98:  This flag is supported for 16-bit and 32-bit applications.
      /// Windows 95:  This flag is supported for 16-bit applications only.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETPOWEROFFACTIVE = 0x0056,

      /// <summary>
      /// Reloads the system cursors. Set the uiParam parameter to zero and the pvParam parameter to null.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETCURSORS = 0x0057,

      /// <summary>
      /// Reloads the system icons. Set the uiParam parameter to zero and the pvParam parameter to null.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETICONS = 0x0058,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the input locale identifier for the system default input language. The pvParam parameter must point
      /// to an HKL variable that receives this value. For more information, see Languages, Locales, and Keyboard Layouts on MSDN.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETDEFAULTINPUTLANG = 0x0059,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the default input language for the system shell and applications. The specified language must be displayable
      /// using the current system character set. The pvParam parameter must point to an HKL variable that contains
      /// the input locale identifier for the default language. For more information, see Languages, Locales, and Keyboard Layouts on MSDN.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETDEFAULTINPUTLANG = 0x005A,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the hot key set for switching between input languages. The uiParam and pvParam parameters are not used.
      /// The value sets the shortcut keys in the keyboard property sheets by reading the registry again. The registry must be set before this flag is used. the path in the registry is \HKEY_CURRENT_USER\keyboard layout\toggle. Valid values are "1" = ALT+SHIFT, "2" = CTRL+SHIFT, and "3" = none.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETLANGTOGGLE = 0x005B,

      /// <summary>
      /// Windows 95:  Determines whether the Windows extension, Windows Plus!, is installed. Set the uiParam parameter to 1.
      /// The pvParam parameter is not used. The function returns TRUE if the extension is installed, or FALSE if it is not.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETWINDOWSEXTENSION = 0x005C,

      /// <summary>
      /// Enables or disables the Mouse Trails feature, which improves the visibility of mouse cursor movements by briefly showing
      /// a trail of cursors and quickly erasing them.
      /// To disable the feature, set the uiParam parameter to zero or 1. To enable the feature, set uiParam to a value greater than 1
      /// to indicate the number of cursors drawn in the trail.
      /// Windows 2000/NT:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMOUSETRAILS = 0x005D,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the Mouse Trails feature is enabled. This feature improves the visibility of mouse cursor movements
      /// by briefly showing a trail of cursors and quickly erasing them.
      /// The pvParam parameter must point to an integer variable that receives a value. If the value is zero or 1, the feature is disabled.
      /// If the value is greater than 1, the feature is enabled and the value indicates the number of cursors drawn in the trail.
      /// The uiParam parameter is not used.
      /// Windows 2000/NT:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMOUSETRAILS = 0x005E,

      /// <summary>
      /// Windows Me/98:  Used internally; applications should not use this flag.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETSCREENSAVERRUNNING = 0x0061,

      /// <summary>
      /// Same as SPI_SETSCREENSAVERRUNNING.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SCREENSAVERRUNNING = SPI_SETSCREENSAVERRUNNING,
      //#endif /* WINVER >= 0x0400 */

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves information about the FilterKeys accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a FILTERKEYS structure
      /// that receives the information. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(FILTERKEYS).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETFILTERKEYS = 0x0032,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the parameters of the FilterKeys accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a FILTERKEYS structure
      /// that contains the new parameters. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(FILTERKEYS).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETFILTERKEYS = 0x0033,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves information about the ToggleKeys accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a TOGGLEKEYS structure
      /// that receives the information. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(TOGGLEKEYS).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETTOGGLEKEYS = 0x0034,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the parameters of the ToggleKeys accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a TOGGLEKEYS structure
      /// that contains the new parameters. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(TOGGLEKEYS).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETTOGGLEKEYS = 0x0035,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves information about the MouseKeys accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a MOUSEKEYS structure
      /// that receives the information. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(MOUSEKEYS).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMOUSEKEYS = 0x0036,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the parameters of the MouseKeys accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a MOUSEKEYS structure
      /// that contains the new parameters. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(MOUSEKEYS).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMOUSEKEYS = 0x0037,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the Show Sounds accessibility flag is on or off. If it is on, the user requires an application
      /// to present information visually in situations where it would otherwise present the information only in audible form.
      /// The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE if the feature is on, or FALSE if it is off.
      /// Using this value is equivalent to calling GetSystemMetrics (SM_SHOWSOUNDS). That is the recommended call.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETSHOWSOUNDS = 0x0038,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the parameters of the SoundSentry accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a SOUNDSENTRY structure
      /// that contains the new parameters. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(SOUNDSENTRY).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETSHOWSOUNDS = 0x0039,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves information about the StickyKeys accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a STICKYKEYS structure
      /// that receives the information. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(STICKYKEYS).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETSTICKYKEYS = 0x003A,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the parameters of the StickyKeys accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a STICKYKEYS structure
      /// that contains the new parameters. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(STICKYKEYS).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETSTICKYKEYS = 0x003B,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves information about the time-out period associated with the accessibility features. The pvParam parameter must point
      /// to an ACCESSTIMEOUT structure that receives the information. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter
      /// to sizeof(ACCESSTIMEOUT).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETACCESSTIMEOUT = 0x003C,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the time-out period associated with the accessibility features. The pvParam parameter must point to an ACCESSTIMEOUT
      /// structure that contains the new parameters. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(ACCESSTIMEOUT).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETACCESSTIMEOUT = 0x003D,

      //#if(WINVER >= 0x0400)
      /// <summary>
      /// Windows Me/98/95:  Retrieves information about the SerialKeys accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point
      /// to a SERIALKEYS structure that receives the information. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter
      /// to sizeof(SERIALKEYS).
      /// Windows Server 2003, Windows XP/2000/NT:  Not supported. The user controls this feature through the control panel.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETSERIALKEYS = 0x003E,

      /// <summary>
      /// Windows Me/98/95:  Sets the parameters of the SerialKeys accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point
      /// to a SERIALKEYS structure that contains the new parameters. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter
      /// to sizeof(SERIALKEYS).
      /// Windows Server 2003, Windows XP/2000/NT:  Not supported. The user controls this feature through the control panel.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETSERIALKEYS = 0x003F,
      //#endif /* WINVER >= 0x0400 */

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves information about the SoundSentry accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a SOUNDSENTRY structure
      /// that receives the information. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(SOUNDSENTRY).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETSOUNDSENTRY = 0x0040,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the parameters of the SoundSentry accessibility feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a SOUNDSENTRY structure
      /// that contains the new parameters. Set the cbSize member of this structure and the uiParam parameter to sizeof(SOUNDSENTRY).
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETSOUNDSENTRY = 0x0041,

      //#if(_WIN32_WINNT >= 0x0400)
      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the snap-to-default-button feature is enabled. If enabled, the mouse cursor automatically moves
      /// to the default button, such as OK or Apply, of a dialog box. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable
      /// that receives TRUE if the feature is on, or FALSE if it is off.
      /// Windows 95:  Not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETSNAPTODEFBUTTON = 0x005F,

      /// <summary>
      /// Enables or disables the snap-to-default-button feature. If enabled, the mouse cursor automatically moves to the default button,
      /// such as OK or Apply, of a dialog box. Set the uiParam parameter to TRUE to enable the feature, or FALSE to disable it.
      /// Applications should use the ShowWindow function when displaying a dialog box so the dialog manager can position the mouse cursor.
      /// Windows 95:  Not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETSNAPTODEFBUTTON = 0x0060,
      //#endif /* _WIN32_WINNT >= 0x0400 */

      //#if (_WIN32_WINNT >= 0x0400) || (_WIN32_WINDOWS > 0x0400)
      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the width, in pixels, of the rectangle within which the mouse pointer has to stay for TrackMouseEvent
      /// to generate a WM_MOUSEHOVER message. The pvParam parameter must point to a UINT variable that receives the width.
      /// Windows 95:  Not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMOUSEHOVERWIDTH = 0x0062,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the width, in pixels, of the rectangle within which the mouse pointer has to stay for TrackMouseEvent
      /// to generate a WM_MOUSEHOVER message. The pvParam parameter must point to a UINT variable that receives the width.
      /// Windows 95:  Not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMOUSEHOVERWIDTH = 0x0063,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the height, in pixels, of the rectangle within which the mouse pointer has to stay for TrackMouseEvent
      /// to generate a WM_MOUSEHOVER message. The pvParam parameter must point to a UINT variable that receives the height.
      /// Windows 95:  Not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMOUSEHOVERHEIGHT = 0x0064,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the height, in pixels, of the rectangle within which the mouse pointer has to stay for TrackMouseEvent
      /// to generate a WM_MOUSEHOVER message. Set the uiParam parameter to the new height.
      /// Windows 95:  Not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMOUSEHOVERHEIGHT = 0x0065,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the time, in milliseconds, that the mouse pointer has to stay in the hover rectangle for TrackMouseEvent
      /// to generate a WM_MOUSEHOVER message. The pvParam parameter must point to a UINT variable that receives the time.
      /// Windows 95:  Not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMOUSEHOVERTIME = 0x0066,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the time, in milliseconds, that the mouse pointer has to stay in the hover rectangle for TrackMouseEvent
      /// to generate a WM_MOUSEHOVER message. This is used only if you pass HOVER_DEFAULT in the dwHoverTime parameter in the call to TrackMouseEvent. Set the uiParam parameter to the new time.
      /// Windows 95:  Not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMOUSEHOVERTIME = 0x0067,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the number of lines to scroll when the mouse wheel is rotated. The pvParam parameter must point
      /// to a UINT variable that receives the number of lines. The default value is 3.
      /// Windows 95:  Not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETWHEELSCROLLLINES = 0x0068,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the number of lines to scroll when the mouse wheel is rotated. The number of lines is set from the uiParam parameter.
      /// The number of lines is the suggested number of lines to scroll when the mouse wheel is rolled without using modifier keys.
      /// If the number is 0, then no scrolling should occur. If the number of lines to scroll is greater than the number of lines viewable,
      /// and in particular if it is WHEEL_PAGESCROLL (#defined as UINT_MAX), the scroll operation should be interpreted
      /// as clicking once in the page down or page up regions of the scroll bar.
      /// Windows 95:  Not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETWHEELSCROLLLINES = 0x0069,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the time, in milliseconds, that the system waits before displaying a shortcut menu when the mouse cursor is
      /// over a submenu item. The pvParam parameter must point to a DWORD variable that receives the time of the delay.
      /// Windows 95:  Not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMENUSHOWDELAY = 0x006A,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets uiParam to the time, in milliseconds, that the system waits before displaying a shortcut menu when the mouse cursor is
      /// over a submenu item.
      /// Windows 95:  Not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMENUSHOWDELAY = 0x006B,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the IME status window is visible (on a per-user basis). The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable
      /// that receives TRUE if the status window is visible, or FALSE if it is not.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETSHOWIMEUI = 0x006E,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets whether the IME status window is visible or not on a per-user basis. The uiParam parameter specifies TRUE for on or FALSE for off.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETSHOWIMEUI = 0x006F,
      //#endif

      //#if(WINVER >= 0x0500)
      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the current mouse speed. The mouse speed determines how far the pointer will move based on the distance the mouse moves.
      /// The pvParam parameter must point to an integer that receives a value which ranges between 1 (slowest) and 20 (fastest).
      /// A value of 10 is the default. The value can be set by an end user using the mouse control panel application or
      /// by an application using SPI_SETMOUSESPEED.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMOUSESPEED = 0x0070,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the current mouse speed. The pvParam parameter is an integer between 1 (slowest) and 20 (fastest). A value of 10 is the default.
      /// This value is typically set using the mouse control panel application.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMOUSESPEED = 0x0071,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether a screen saver is currently running on the window station of the calling process.
      /// The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE if a screen saver is currently running, or FALSE otherwise.
      /// Note that only the interactive window station, "WinSta0", can have a screen saver running.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETSCREENSAVERRUNNING = 0x0072,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the full path of the bitmap file for the desktop wallpaper. The pvParam parameter must point to a buffer
      /// that receives a null-terminated path string. Set the uiParam parameter to the size, in characters, of the pvParam buffer. The returned string will not exceed MAX_PATH characters. If there is no desktop wallpaper, the returned string is empty.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETDESKWALLPAPER = 0x0073,
      //#endif /* WINVER >= 0x0500 */

      //#if(WINVER >= 0x0500)
      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether active window tracking (activating the window the mouse is on) is on or off. The pvParam parameter must point
      /// to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE for on, or FALSE for off.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETACTIVEWINDOWTRACKING = 0x1000,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets active window tracking (activating the window the mouse is on) either on or off. Set pvParam to TRUE for on or FALSE for off.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETACTIVEWINDOWTRACKING = 0x1001,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the menu animation feature is enabled. This master switch must be on to enable menu animation effects.
      /// The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE if animation is enabled and FALSE if it is disabled.
      /// If animation is enabled, SPI_GETMENUFADE indicates whether menus use fade or slide animation.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMENUANIMATION = 0x1002,

      /// <summary>
      /// Enables or disables menu animation. This master switch must be on for any menu animation to occur.
      /// The pvParam parameter is a BOOL variable; set pvParam to TRUE to enable animation and FALSE to disable animation.
      /// If animation is enabled, SPI_GETMENUFADE indicates whether menus use fade or slide animation.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMENUANIMATION = 0x1003,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the slide-open effect for combo boxes is enabled. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable
      /// that receives TRUE for enabled, or FALSE for disabled.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETCOMBOBOXANIMATION = 0x1004,

      /// <summary>
      /// Enables or disables the slide-open effect for combo boxes. Set the pvParam parameter to TRUE to enable the gradient effect,
      /// or FALSE to disable it.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETCOMBOBOXANIMATION = 0x1005,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the smooth-scrolling effect for list boxes is enabled. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable
      /// that receives TRUE for enabled, or FALSE for disabled.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETLISTBOXSMOOTHSCROLLING = 0x1006,

      /// <summary>
      /// Enables or disables the smooth-scrolling effect for list boxes. Set the pvParam parameter to TRUE to enable the smooth-scrolling effect,
      /// or FALSE to disable it.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETLISTBOXSMOOTHSCROLLING = 0x1007,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the gradient effect for window title bars is enabled. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable
      /// that receives TRUE for enabled, or FALSE for disabled. For more information about the gradient effect, see the GetSysColor function.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETGRADIENTCAPTIONS = 0x1008,

      /// <summary>
      /// Enables or disables the gradient effect for window title bars. Set the pvParam parameter to TRUE to enable it, or FALSE to disable it.
      /// The gradient effect is possible only if the system has a color depth of more than 256 colors. For more information about
      /// the gradient effect, see the GetSysColor function.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETGRADIENTCAPTIONS = 0x1009,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether menu access keys are always underlined. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE
      /// if menu access keys are always underlined, and FALSE if they are underlined only when the menu is activated by the keyboard.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETKEYBOARDCUES = 0x100A,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the underlining of menu access key letters. The pvParam parameter is a BOOL variable. Set pvParam to TRUE to always underline menu
      /// access keys, or FALSE to underline menu access keys only when the menu is activated from the keyboard.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETKEYBOARDCUES = 0x100B,

      /// <summary>
      /// Same as SPI_GETKEYBOARDCUES.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMENUUNDERLINES = SPI_GETKEYBOARDCUES,

      /// <summary>
      /// Same as SPI_SETKEYBOARDCUES.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMENUUNDERLINES = SPI_SETKEYBOARDCUES,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether windows activated through active window tracking will be brought to the top. The pvParam parameter must point
      /// to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE for on, or FALSE for off.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETACTIVEWNDTRKZORDER = 0x100C,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether or not windows activated through active window tracking should be brought to the top. Set pvParam to TRUE
      /// for on or FALSE for off.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETACTIVEWNDTRKZORDER = 0x100D,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether hot tracking of user-interface elements, such as menu names on menu bars, is enabled. The pvParam parameter
      /// must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE for enabled, or FALSE for disabled.
      /// Hot tracking means that when the cursor moves over an item, it is highlighted but not selected. You can query this value to decide
      /// whether to use hot tracking in the user interface of your application.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETHOTTRACKING = 0x100E,

      /// <summary>
      /// Enables or disables hot tracking of user-interface elements such as menu names on menu bars. Set the pvParam parameter to TRUE
      /// to enable it, or FALSE to disable it.
      /// Hot-tracking means that when the cursor moves over an item, it is highlighted but not selected.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETHOTTRACKING = 0x100F,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether menu fade animation is enabled. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE
      /// when fade animation is enabled and FALSE when it is disabled. If fade animation is disabled, menus use slide animation.
      /// This flag is ignored unless menu animation is enabled, which you can do using the SPI_SETMENUANIMATION flag.
      /// For more information, see AnimateWindow.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMENUFADE = 0x1012,

      /// <summary>
      /// Enables or disables menu fade animation. Set pvParam to TRUE to enable the menu fade effect or FALSE to disable it.
      /// If fade animation is disabled, menus use slide animation. he The menu fade effect is possible only if the system
      /// has a color depth of more than 256 colors. This flag is ignored unless SPI_MENUANIMATION is also set. For more information,
      /// see AnimateWindow.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMENUFADE = 0x1013,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the selection fade effect is enabled. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE
      /// if enabled or FALSE if disabled.
      /// The selection fade effect causes the menu item selected by the user to remain on the screen briefly while fading out
      /// after the menu is dismissed.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETSELECTIONFADE = 0x1014,

      /// <summary>
      /// Set pvParam to TRUE to enable the selection fade effect or FALSE to disable it.
      /// The selection fade effect causes the menu item selected by the user to remain on the screen briefly while fading out
      /// after the menu is dismissed. The selection fade effect is possible only if the system has a color depth of more than 256 colors.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETSELECTIONFADE = 0x1015,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether ToolTip animation is enabled. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE
      /// if enabled or FALSE if disabled. If ToolTip animation is enabled, SPI_GETTOOLTIPFADE indicates whether ToolTips use fade or slide animation.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETTOOLTIPANIMATION = 0x1016,

      /// <summary>
      /// Set pvParam to TRUE to enable ToolTip animation or FALSE to disable it. If enabled, you can use SPI_SETTOOLTIPFADE
      /// to specify fade or slide animation.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETTOOLTIPANIMATION = 0x1017,

      /// <summary>
      /// If SPI_SETTOOLTIPANIMATION is enabled, SPI_GETTOOLTIPFADE indicates whether ToolTip animation uses a fade effect or a slide effect.
      ///  The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE for fade animation or FALSE for slide animation.
      ///  For more information on slide and fade effects, see AnimateWindow.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETTOOLTIPFADE = 0x1018,

      /// <summary>
      /// If the SPI_SETTOOLTIPANIMATION flag is enabled, use SPI_SETTOOLTIPFADE to indicate whether ToolTip animation uses a fade effect
      /// or a slide effect. Set pvParam to TRUE for fade animation or FALSE for slide animation. The tooltip fade effect is possible only
      /// if the system has a color depth of more than 256 colors. For more information on the slide and fade effects,
      /// see the AnimateWindow function.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETTOOLTIPFADE = 0x1019,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the cursor has a shadow around it. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE
      /// if the shadow is enabled, FALSE if it is disabled. This effect appears only if the system has a color depth of more than 256 colors.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETCURSORSHADOW = 0x101A,

      /// <summary>
      /// Enables or disables a shadow around the cursor. The pvParam parameter is a BOOL variable. Set pvParam to TRUE to enable the shadow
      /// or FALSE to disable the shadow. This effect appears only if the system has a color depth of more than 256 colors.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETCURSORSHADOW = 0x101B,

      //#if(_WIN32_WINNT >= 0x0501)
      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the state of the Mouse Sonar feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE
      /// if enabled or FALSE otherwise. For more information, see About Mouse Input on MSDN.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows 98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMOUSESONAR = 0x101C,

      /// <summary>
      /// Turns the Sonar accessibility feature on or off. This feature briefly shows several concentric circles around the mouse pointer
      /// when the user presses and releases the CTRL key. The pvParam parameter specifies TRUE for on and FALSE for off. The default is off.
      /// For more information, see About Mouse Input.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows 98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMOUSESONAR = 0x101D,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the state of the Mouse ClickLock feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE
      /// if enabled, or FALSE otherwise. For more information, see About Mouse Input.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows 98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMOUSECLICKLOCK = 0x101E,

      /// <summary>
      /// Turns the Mouse ClickLock accessibility feature on or off. This feature temporarily locks down the primary mouse button
      /// when that button is clicked and held down for the time specified by SPI_SETMOUSECLICKLOCKTIME. The uiParam parameter specifies
      /// TRUE for on,
      /// or FALSE for off. The default is off. For more information, see Remarks and About Mouse Input on MSDN.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows 98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMOUSECLICKLOCK = 0x101F,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the state of the Mouse Vanish feature. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE
      /// if enabled or FALSE otherwise. For more information, see About Mouse Input on MSDN.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows 98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMOUSEVANISH = 0x1020,

      /// <summary>
      /// Turns the Vanish feature on or off. This feature hides the mouse pointer when the user types; the pointer reappears
      /// when the user moves the mouse. The pvParam parameter specifies TRUE for on and FALSE for off. The default is off.
      /// For more information, see About Mouse Input on MSDN.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows 98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMOUSEVANISH = 0x1021,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether native User menus have flat menu appearance. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable
      /// that returns TRUE if the flat menu appearance is set, or FALSE otherwise.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETFLATMENU = 0x1022,

      /// <summary>
      /// Enables or disables flat menu appearance for native User menus. Set pvParam to TRUE to enable flat menu appearance
      /// or FALSE to disable it.
      /// When enabled, the menu bar uses COLOR_MENUBAR for the menubar background, COLOR_MENU for the menu-popup background, COLOR_MENUHILIGHT
      /// for the fill of the current menu selection, and COLOR_HILIGHT for the outline of the current menu selection.
      /// If disabled, menus are drawn using the same metrics and colors as in Windows 2000 and earlier.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETFLATMENU = 0x1023,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether the drop shadow effect is enabled. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that returns TRUE
      /// if enabled or FALSE if disabled.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETDROPSHADOW = 0x1024,

      /// <summary>
      /// Enables or disables the drop shadow effect. Set pvParam to TRUE to enable the drop shadow effect or FALSE to disable it.
      /// You must also have CS_DROPSHADOW in the window class style.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETDROPSHADOW = 0x1025,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves a BOOL indicating whether an application can reset the screensaver's timer by calling the SendInput function
      /// to simulate keyboard or mouse input. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE
      /// if the simulated input will be blocked, or FALSE otherwise.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETBLOCKSENDINPUTRESETS = 0x1026,

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether an application can reset the screensaver's timer by calling the SendInput function to simulate keyboard
      /// or mouse input. The uiParam parameter specifies TRUE if the screensaver will not be deactivated by simulated input,
      /// or FALSE if the screensaver will be deactivated by simulated input.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETBLOCKSENDINPUTRESETS = 0x1027,
      //#endif /* _WIN32_WINNT >= 0x0501 */

      /// <summary>
      /// Determines whether UI effects are enabled or disabled. The pvParam parameter must point to a BOOL variable that receives TRUE
      /// if all UI effects are enabled, or FALSE if they are disabled.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETUIEFFECTS = 0x103E,

      /// <summary>
      /// Enables or disables UI effects. Set the pvParam parameter to TRUE to enable all UI effects or FALSE to disable all UI effects.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETUIEFFECTS = 0x103F,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the amount of time following user input, in milliseconds, during which the system will not allow applications
      /// to force themselves into the foreground. The pvParam parameter must point to a DWORD variable that receives the time.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETFOREGROUNDLOCKTIMEOUT = 0x2000,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the amount of time following user input, in milliseconds, during which the system does not allow applications
      /// to force themselves into the foreground. Set pvParam to the new timeout value.
      /// The calling thread must be able to change the foreground window, otherwise the call fails.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETFOREGROUNDLOCKTIMEOUT = 0x2001,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the active window tracking delay, in milliseconds. The pvParam parameter must point to a DWORD variable
      /// that receives the time.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETACTIVEWNDTRKTIMEOUT = 0x2002,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the active window tracking delay. Set pvParam to the number of milliseconds to delay before activating the window
      /// under the mouse pointer.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETACTIVEWNDTRKTIMEOUT = 0x2003,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the number of times SetForegroundWindow will flash the taskbar button when rejecting a foreground switch request.
      /// The pvParam parameter must point to a DWORD variable that receives the value.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETFOREGROUNDFLASHCOUNT = 0x2004,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the number of times SetForegroundWindow will flash the taskbar button when rejecting a foreground switch request.
      /// Set pvParam to the number of times to flash.
      /// Windows NT, Windows 95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETFOREGROUNDFLASHCOUNT = 0x2005,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the caret width in edit controls, in pixels. The pvParam parameter must point to a DWORD that receives this value.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETCARETWIDTH = 0x2006,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the caret width in edit controls. Set pvParam to the desired width, in pixels. The default and minimum value is 1.
      /// Windows NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETCARETWIDTH = 0x2007,

      //#if(_WIN32_WINNT >= 0x0501)
      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the time delay before the primary mouse button is locked. The pvParam parameter must point to DWORD that receives
      /// the time delay. This is only enabled if SPI_SETMOUSECLICKLOCK is set to TRUE. For more information, see About Mouse Input on MSDN.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows 98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETMOUSECLICKLOCKTIME = 0x2008,

      /// <summary>
      /// Turns the Mouse ClickLock accessibility feature on or off. This feature temporarily locks down the primary mouse button
      /// when that button is clicked and held down for the time specified by SPI_SETMOUSECLICKLOCKTIME. The uiParam parameter
      /// specifies TRUE for on, or FALSE for off. The default is off. For more information, see Remarks and About Mouse Input on MSDN.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows 98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETMOUSECLICKLOCKTIME = 0x2009,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the type of font smoothing. The pvParam parameter must point to a UINT that receives the information.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETFONTSMOOTHINGTYPE = 0x200A,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the font smoothing type. The pvParam parameter points to a UINT that contains either FE_FONTSMOOTHINGSTANDARD,
      /// if standard anti-aliasing is used, or FE_FONTSMOOTHINGCLEARTYPE, if ClearType is used. The default is FE_FONTSMOOTHINGSTANDARD.
      /// When using this option, the fWinIni parameter must be set to SPIF_SENDWININICHANGE | SPIF_UPDATEINIFILE; otherwise,
      /// SystemParametersInfo fails.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETFONTSMOOTHINGTYPE = 0x200B,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves a contrast value that is used in ClearType™ smoothing. The pvParam parameter must point to a UINT
      /// that receives the information.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETFONTSMOOTHINGCONTRAST = 0x200C,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the contrast value used in ClearType smoothing. The pvParam parameter points to a UINT that holds the contrast value.
      /// Valid contrast values are from 1000 to 2200. The default value is 1400.
      /// When using this option, the fWinIni parameter must be set to SPIF_SENDWININICHANGE | SPIF_UPDATEINIFILE; otherwise,
      /// SystemParametersInfo fails.
      /// SPI_SETFONTSMOOTHINGTYPE must also be set to FE_FONTSMOOTHINGCLEARTYPE.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETFONTSMOOTHINGCONTRAST = 0x200D,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the width, in pixels, of the left and right edges of the focus rectangle drawn with DrawFocusRect.
      /// The pvParam parameter must point to a UINT.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETFOCUSBORDERWIDTH = 0x200E,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the height of the left and right edges of the focus rectangle drawn with DrawFocusRect to the value of the pvParam parameter.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETFOCUSBORDERWIDTH = 0x200F,

      /// <summary>
      /// Retrieves the height, in pixels, of the top and bottom edges of the focus rectangle drawn with DrawFocusRect.
      /// The pvParam parameter must point to a UINT.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETFOCUSBORDERHEIGHT = 0x2010,

      /// <summary>
      /// Sets the height of the top and bottom edges of the focus rectangle drawn with DrawFocusRect to the value of the pvParam parameter.
      /// Windows 2000/NT, Windows Me/98/95:  This value is not supported.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETFOCUSBORDERHEIGHT = 0x2011,

      /// <summary>
      /// Not implemented.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_GETFONTSMOOTHINGORIENTATION = 0x2012,

      /// <summary>
      /// Not implemented.
      /// </summary>
      SPI_SETFONTSMOOTHINGORIENTATION = 0x2013,
    }
    #endregion // SPI

C# Definition:

    // ALTERNATIVE K.I.S.S. VERSION

    public const uint SPI_GETBEEP = 0x0001;
    public const uint SPI_SETBEEP = 0x0002;
    public const uint SPI_GETMOUSE= 0x0003;
    public const uint SPI_SETMOUSE= 0x0004;
    public const uint SPI_GETBORDER = 0x0005;
    public const uint SPI_SETBORDER = 0x0006;
    public const uint SPI_GETKEYBOARDSPEED = 0x000A;
    public const uint SPI_SETKEYBOARDSPEED = 0x000B;
    public const uint SPI_LANGDRIVER = 0x000C;
    public const uint SPI_ICONHORIZONTALSPACING = 0x000D;
    public const uint SPI_GETSCREENSAVETIMEOUT= 0x000E;
    public const uint SPI_SETSCREENSAVETIMEOUT= 0x000F;
    public const uint SPI_GETSCREENSAVEACTIVE = 0x0010;
    public const uint SPI_SETSCREENSAVEACTIVE = 0x0011;
    public const uint SPI_GETGRIDGRANULARITY = 0x0012;
    public const uint SPI_SETGRIDGRANULARITY = 0x0013;
    public const uint SPI_SETDESKWALLPAPER = 0x0014;
    public const uint SPI_SETDESKPATTERN = 0x0015;
    public const uint SPI_GETKEYBOARDDELAY = 0x0016;
    public const uint SPI_SETKEYBOARDDELAY = 0x0017;
    public const uint SPI_ICONVERTICALSPACING = 0x0018;
    public const uint SPI_GETICONTITLEWRAP = 0x0019;
    public const uint SPI_SETICONTITLEWRAP = 0x001A;
    public const uint SPI_GETMENUDROPALIGNMENT = 0x001B;
    public const uint SPI_SETMENUDROPALIGNMENT = 0x001C;
    public const uint SPI_SETDOUBLECLKWIDTH = 0x001D;
    public const uint SPI_SETDOUBLECLKHEIGHT = 0x001E;
    public const uint SPI_GETICONTITLELOGFONT = 0x001F;
    public const uint SPI_SETDOUBLECLICKTIME = 0x0020;
    public const uint SPI_SETMOUSEBUTTONSWAP = 0x0021;
    public const uint SPI_SETICONTITLELOGFONT = 0x0022;
    public const uint SPI_GETFASTTASKSWITCH = 0x0023;
    public const uint SPI_SETFASTTASKSWITCH = 0x0024;
    public const uint SPI_SETDRAGFULLWINDOWS = 0x0025;
    public const uint SPI_GETDRAGFULLWINDOWS = 0x0026;
    public const uint SPI_GETNONCLIENTMETRICS = 0x0029;
    public const uint SPI_SETNONCLIENTMETRICS = 0x002A;
    public const uint SPI_GETMINIMIZEDMETRICS = 0x002B;
    public const uint SPI_SETMINIMIZEDMETRICS = 0x002C;
    public const uint SPI_GETICONMETRICS = 0x002D;
    public const uint SPI_SETICONMETRICS = 0x002E;
    public const uint SPI_SETWORKAREA = 0x002F;
    public const uint SPI_GETWORKAREA = 0x0030;
    public const uint SPI_SETPENWINDOWS = 0x0031;
    public const uint SPI_GETHIGHCONTRAST = 0x0042;
    public const uint SPI_SETHIGHCONTRAST = 0x0043;
    public const uint SPI_GETKEYBOARDPREF = 0x0044;
    public const uint SPI_SETKEYBOARDPREF = 0x0045;
    public const uint SPI_GETSCREENREADER = 0x0046;
    public const uint SPI_SETSCREENREADER = 0x0047;
    public const uint SPI_GETANIMATION = 0x0048;
    public const uint SPI_SETANIMATION = 0x0049;
    public const uint SPI_GETFONTSMOOTHING = 0x004A;
    public const uint SPI_SETFONTSMOOTHING = 0x004B;
    public const uint SPI_SETDRAGWIDTH = 0x004C;
    public const uint SPI_SETDRAGHEIGHT = 0x004D;
    public const uint SPI_SETHANDHELD = 0x004E;
    public const uint SPI_GETLOWPOWERTIMEOUT = 0x004F;
    public const uint SPI_GETPOWEROFFTIMEOUT = 0x0050;
    public const uint SPI_SETLOWPOWERTIMEOUT = 0x0051;
    public const uint SPI_SETPOWEROFFTIMEOUT = 0x0052;
    public const uint SPI_GETLOWPOWERACTIVE = 0x0053;
    public const uint SPI_GETPOWEROFFACTIVE = 0x0054;
    public const uint SPI_SETLOWPOWERACTIVE = 0x0055;
    public const uint SPI_SETPOWEROFFACTIVE = 0x0056;
    public const uint SPI_SETICONS = 0x0058;
    public const uint SPI_GETDEFAULTINPUTLANG = 0x0059;
    public const uint SPI_SETDEFAULTINPUTLANG = 0x005A;
    public const uint SPI_SETLANGTOGGLE = 0x005B;
    public const uint SPI_GETWINDOWSEXTENSION = 0x005C;
    public const uint SPI_SETMOUSETRAILS = 0x005D;
    public const uint SPI_GETMOUSETRAILS = 0x005E;
    public const uint SPI_SCREENSAVERRUNNING = 0x0061;
    public const uint SPI_GETFILTERKEYS = 0x0032;
    public const uint SPI_SETFILTERKEYS = 0x0033;
    public const uint SPI_GETTOGGLEKEYS = 0x0034;
    public const uint SPI_SETTOGGLEKEYS = 0x0035;
    public const uint SPI_GETMOUSEKEYS = 0x0036;
    public const uint SPI_SETMOUSEKEYS = 0x0037;
    public const uint SPI_GETSHOWSOUNDS = 0x0038;
    public const uint SPI_SETSHOWSOUNDS = 0x0039;
    public const uint SPI_GETSTICKYKEYS = 0x003A;
    public const uint SPI_SETSTICKYKEYS = 0x003B;
    public const uint SPI_GETACCESSTIMEOUT = 0x003C;
    public const uint SPI_SETACCESSTIMEOUT = 0x003D;
    public const uint SPI_GETSERIALKEYS = 0x003E;
    public const uint SPI_SETSERIALKEYS = 0x003F;
    public const uint SPI_GETSOUNDSENTRY = 0x0040;
    public const uint SPI_SETSOUNDSENTRY = 0x0041;
    public const uint SPI_GETSNAPTODEFBUTTON = 0x005F;
    public const uint SPI_SETSNAPTODEFBUTTON = 0x0060;
    public const uint SPI_GETMOUSEHOVERWIDTH = 0x0062;
    public const uint SPI_SETMOUSEHOVERWIDTH = 0x0063;
    public const uint SPI_GETMOUSEHOVERHEIGHT = 0x0064;
    public const uint SPI_SETMOUSEHOVERHEIGHT = 0x0065;
    public const uint SPI_GETMOUSEHOVERTIME = 0x0066;
    public const uint SPI_SETMOUSEHOVERTIME = 0x0067;
    public const uint SPI_GETWHEELSCROLLLINES = 0x0068;
    public const uint SPI_SETWHEELSCROLLLINES = 0x0069;
    public const uint SPI_GETMENUSHOWDELAY = 0x006A;
    public const uint SPI_SETMENUSHOWDELAY = 0x006B;
    public const uint SPI_GETSHOWIMEUI = 0x006E;
    public const uint SPI_SETSHOWIMEUI = 0x006F;
    public const uint SPI_GETMOUSESPEED = 0x0070;
    public const uint SPI_SETMOUSESPEED = 0x0071;
    public const uint SPI_GETSCREENSAVERRUNNING = 0x0072;
    public const uint SPI_GETDESKWALLPAPER = 0x0073;
    public const uint SPI_GETACTIVEWINDOWTRACKING = 0x1000;
    public const uint SPI_SETACTIVEWINDOWTRACKING = 0x1001;
    public const uint SPI_GETMENUANIMATION = 0x1002;
    public const uint SPI_SETMENUANIMATION = 0x1003;
    public const uint SPI_GETCOMBOBOXANIMATION = 0x1004;
    public const uint SPI_SETCOMBOBOXANIMATION = 0x1005;
    public const uint SPI_GETLISTBOXSMOOTHSCROLLING = 0x1006;
    public const uint SPI_SETLISTBOXSMOOTHSCROLLING = 0x1007;
    public const uint SPI_GETGRADIENTCAPTIONS = 0x1008;
    public const uint SPI_SETGRADIENTCAPTIONS = 0x1009;
    public const uint SPI_GETKEYBOARDCUES = 0x100A;
    public const uint SPI_SETKEYBOARDCUES = 0x100B;
    public const uint SPI_GETMENUUNDERLINES = SPI_GETKEYBOARDCUES;
    public const uint SPI_SETMENUUNDERLINES = SPI_SETKEYBOARDCUES;
    public const uint SPI_GETACTIVEWNDTRKZORDER = 0x100C;
    public const uint SPI_SETACTIVEWNDTRKZORDER = 0x100D;
    public const uint SPI_GETHOTTRACKING = 0x100E;
    public const uint SPI_SETHOTTRACKING = 0x100F;
    public const uint SPI_GETMENUFADE = 0x1012;
    public const uint SPI_SETMENUFADE = 0x1013;
    public const uint SPI_GETSELECTIONFADE = 0x1014;
    public const uint SPI_SETSELECTIONFADE = 0x1015;
    public const uint SPI_GETTOOLTIPANIMATION = 0x1016;
    public const uint SPI_SETTOOLTIPANIMATION = 0x1017;
    public const uint SPI_GETTOOLTIPFADE = 0x1018;
    public const uint SPI_SETTOOLTIPFADE = 0x1019;
    public const uint SPI_GETCURSORSHADOW = 0x101A;
    public const uint SPI_SETCURSORSHADOW = 0x101B;
    public const uint SPI_GETMOUSESONAR = 0x101C;
    public const uint SPI_SETMOUSESONAR = 0x101D;
    public const uint SPI_GETMOUSECLICKLOCK = 0x101E;
    public const uint SPI_SETMOUSECLICKLOCK = 0x101F;
    public const uint SPI_GETMOUSEVANISH = 0x1020;
    public const uint SPI_SETMOUSEVANISH = 0x1021;
    public const uint SPI_GETFLATMENU = 0x1022;
    public const uint SPI_SETFLATMENU = 0x1023;
    public const uint SPI_GETDROPSHADOW = 0x1024;
    public const uint SPI_SETDROPSHADOW = 0x1025;
    public const uint SPI_GETBLOCKSENDINPUTRESETS = 0x1026;
    public const uint SPI_SETBLOCKSENDINPUTRESETS = 0x1027;
    public const uint SPI_GETUIEFFECTS = 0x103E;
    public const uint SPI_SETUIEFFECTS = 0x103F;
    public const uint SPI_GETFOREGROUNDLOCKTIMEOUT = 0x2000;
    public const uint SPI_SETFOREGROUNDLOCKTIMEOUT = 0x2001;
    public const uint SPI_GETACTIVEWNDTRKTIMEOUT = 0x2002;
    public const uint SPI_SETACTIVEWNDTRKTIMEOUT = 0x2003;
    public const uint SPI_GETFOREGROUNDFLASHCOUNT = 0x2004;
    public const uint SPI_SETFOREGROUNDFLASHCOUNT = 0x2005;
    public const uint SPI_GETCARETWIDTH = 0x2006;
    public const uint SPI_SETCARETWIDTH = 0x2007;
    public const uint SPI_GETMOUSECLICKLOCKTIME = 0x2008;
    public const uint SPI_SETMOUSECLICKLOCKTIME = 0x2009;
    public const uint SPI_GETFONTSMOOTHINGTYPE = 0x200A;
    public const uint SPI_SETFONTSMOOTHINGTYPE = 0x200B;
    public const uint SPI_GETFONTSMOOTHINGCONTRAST = 0x200C;
    public const uint SPI_SETFONTSMOOTHINGCONTRAST = 0x200D;
    public const uint SPI_GETFOCUSBORDERWIDTH = 0x200E;
    public const uint SPI_SETFOCUSBORDERWIDTH = 0x200F;
    public const uint SPI_GETFOCUSBORDERHEIGHT = 0x2010;
    public const uint SPI_SETFOCUSBORDERHEIGHT = 0x2011;
    public const uint SPI_GETFONTSMOOTHINGORIENTATION = 0x2012;
    public const uint SPI_SETFONTSMOOTHINGORIENTATION = 0x2013;

VB Definition:

Enum SPI
    SPI_GETBEEP = &H1
    SPI_SETBEEP = &H2
    SPI_GETMOUSE = &H3
    SPI_SETMOUSE = &H4
    SPI_GETBORDER = &H5
    SPI_SETBORDER = &H6
    SPI_GETKEYBOARDSPEED = &HA
    SPI_SETKEYBOARDSPEED = &HB
    SPI_LANGDRIVER = &HC
    SPI_ICONHORIZONTALSPACING = &HD
    SPI_GETSCREENSAVETIMEOUT = &HE
    SPI_SETSCREENSAVETIMEOUT = &HF
    SPI_GETSCREENSAVEACTIVE = &H10
    SPI_SETSCREENSAVEACTIVE = &H11
    SPI_GETGRIDGRANULARITY = &H12
    SPI_SETGRIDGRANULARITY = &H13
    SPI_SETDESKWALLPAPER = &H14
    SPI_SETDESKPATTERN = &H15
    SPI_GETKEYBOARDDELAY = &H16
    SPI_SETKEYBOARDDELAY = &H17
    SPI_ICONVERTICALSPACING = &H18
    SPI_GETICONTITLEWRAP = &H19
    SPI_SETICONTITLEWRAP = &H1A
    SPI_GETMENUDROPALIGNMENT = &H1B
    SPI_SETMENUDROPALIGNMENT = &H1C
    SPI_SETDOUBLECLKWIDTH = &H1D
    SPI_SETDOUBLECLKHEIGHT = &H1E
    SPI_GETICONTITLELOGFONT = &H1F
    SPI_SETDOUBLECLICKTIME = &H20
    SPI_SETMOUSEBUTTONSWAP = &H21
    SPI_SETICONTITLELOGFONT = &H22
    SPI_GETFASTTASKSWITCH = &H23
    SPI_SETFASTTASKSWITCH = &H24
    SPI_SETDRAGFULLWINDOWS = &H25
    SPI_GETDRAGFULLWINDOWS = &H26
    SPI_GETNONCLIENTMETRICS = &H29
    SPI_SETNONCLIENTMETRICS = &H2A
    SPI_GETMINIMIZEDMETRICS = &H2B
    SPI_SETMINIMIZEDMETRICS = &H2C
    SPI_GETICONMETRICS = &H2D
    SPI_SETICONMETRICS = &H2E
    SPI_SETWORKAREA = &H2F
    SPI_GETWORKAREA = &H30
    SPI_SETPENWINDOWS = &H31
    SPI_GETHIGHCONTRAST = &H42
    SPI_SETHIGHCONTRAST = &H43
    SPI_GETKEYBOARDPREF = &H44
    SPI_SETKEYBOARDPREF = &H45
    SPI_GETSCREENREADER = &H46
    SPI_SETSCREENREADER = &H47
    SPI_GETANIMATION = &H48
    SPI_SETANIMATION = &H49
    SPI_GETFONTSMOOTHING = &H4A
    SPI_SETFONTSMOOTHING = &H4B
    SPI_SETDRAGWIDTH = &H4C
    SPI_SETDRAGHEIGHT = &H4D
    SPI_SETHANDHELD = &H4E
    SPI_GETLOWPOWERTIMEOUT = &H4F
    SPI_GETPOWEROFFTIMEOUT = &H50
    SPI_SETLOWPOWERTIMEOUT = &H51
    SPI_SETPOWEROFFTIMEOUT = &H52
    SPI_GETLOWPOWERACTIVE = &H53
    SPI_GETPOWEROFFACTIVE = &H54
    SPI_SETLOWPOWERACTIVE = &H55
    SPI_SETPOWEROFFACTIVE = &H56
    SPI_SETICONS = &H58
    SPI_GETDEFAULTINPUTLANG = &H59
    SPI_SETDEFAULTINPUTLANG = &H5A
    SPI_SETLANGTOGGLE = &H5B
    SPI_GETWINDOWSEXTENSION = &H5C
    SPI_SETMOUSETRAILS = &H5D
    SPI_GETMOUSETRAILS = &H5E
    SPI_SCREENSAVERRUNNING = &H61
    SPI_GETFILTERKEYS = &H32
    SPI_SETFILTERKEYS = &H33
    SPI_GETTOGGLEKEYS = &H34
    SPI_SETTOGGLEKEYS = &H35
    SPI_GETMOUSEKEYS = &H36
    SPI_SETMOUSEKEYS = &H37
    SPI_GETSHOWSOUNDS = &H38
    SPI_SETSHOWSOUNDS = &H39
    SPI_GETSTICKYKEYS = &H3A
    SPI_SETSTICKYKEYS = &H3B
    SPI_GETACCESSTIMEOUT = &H3C
    SPI_SETACCESSTIMEOUT = &H3D
    SPI_GETSERIALKEYS = &H3E
    SPI_SETSERIALKEYS = &H3F
    SPI_GETSOUNDSENTRY = &H40
    SPI_SETSOUNDSENTRY = &H41
    SPI_GETSNAPTODEFBUTTON = &H5F
    SPI_SETSNAPTODEFBUTTON = &H60
    SPI_GETMOUSEHOVERWIDTH = &H62
    SPI_SETMOUSEHOVERWIDTH = &H63
    SPI_GETMOUSEHOVERHEIGHT = &H64
    SPI_SETMOUSEHOVERHEIGHT = &H65
    SPI_GETMOUSEHOVERTIME = &H66
    SPI_SETMOUSEHOVERTIME = &H67
    SPI_GETWHEELSCROLLLINES = &H68
    SPI_SETWHEELSCROLLLINES = &H69
    SPI_GETMENUSHOWDELAY = &H6A
    SPI_SETMENUSHOWDELAY = &H6B
    SPI_GETSHOWIMEUI = &H6E
    SPI_SETSHOWIMEUI = &H6F
    SPI_GETMOUSESPEED = &H70
    SPI_SETMOUSESPEED = &H71
    SPI_GETSCREENSAVERRUNNING = &H72
    SPI_GETDESKWALLPAPER = &H73
    SPI_GETACTIVEWINDOWTRACKING = &H1000
    SPI_SETACTIVEWINDOWTRACKING = &H1001
    SPI_GETMENUANIMATION = &H1002
    SPI_SETMENUANIMATION = &H1003
    SPI_GETCOMBOBOXANIMATION = &H1004
    SPI_SETCOMBOBOXANIMATION = &H1005
    SPI_GETLISTBOXSMOOTHSCROLLING = &H1006
    SPI_SETLISTBOXSMOOTHSCROLLING = &H1007
    SPI_GETGRADIENTCAPTIONS = &H1008
    SPI_SETGRADIENTCAPTIONS = &H1009
    SPI_GETKEYBOARDCUES = &H100A
    SPI_SETKEYBOARDCUES = &H100B
    SPI_GETMENUUNDERLINES = SPI_GETKEYBOARDCUES
    SPI_SETMENUUNDERLINES = SPI_SETKEYBOARDCUES
    SPI_GETACTIVEWNDTRKZORDER = &H100C
    SPI_SETACTIVEWNDTRKZORDER = &H100D
    SPI_GETHOTTRACKING = &H100E
    SPI_SETHOTTRACKING = &H100F
    SPI_GETMENUFADE = &H1012
    SPI_SETMENUFADE = &H1013
    SPI_GETSELECTIONFADE = &H1014
    SPI_SETSELECTIONFADE = &H1015
    SPI_GETTOOLTIPANIMATION = &H1016
    SPI_SETTOOLTIPANIMATION = &H1017
    SPI_GETTOOLTIPFADE = &H1018
    SPI_SETTOOLTIPFADE = &H1019
    SPI_GETCURSORSHADOW = &H101A
    SPI_SETCURSORSHADOW = &H101B
    SPI_GETMOUSESONAR = &H101C
    SPI_SETMOUSESONAR = &H101D
    SPI_GETMOUSECLICKLOCK = &H101E
    SPI_SETMOUSECLICKLOCK = &H101F
    SPI_GETMOUSEVANISH = &H1020
    SPI_SETMOUSEVANISH = &H1021
    SPI_GETFLATMENU = &H1022
    SPI_SETFLATMENU = &H1023
    SPI_GETDROPSHADOW = &H1024
    SPI_SETDROPSHADOW = &H1025
    SPI_GETBLOCKSENDINPUTRESETS = &H1026
    SPI_SETBLOCKSENDINPUTRESETS = &H1027
    SPI_GETUIEFFECTS = &H103E
    SPI_SETUIEFFECTS = &H103F
    SPI_GETFOREGROUNDLOCKTIMEOUT = &H2000
    SPI_SETFOREGROUNDLOCKTIMEOUT = &H2001
    SPI_GETACTIVEWNDTRKTIMEOUT = &H2002
    SPI_SETACTIVEWNDTRKTIMEOUT = &H2003
    SPI_GETFOREGROUNDFLASHCOUNT = &H2004
    SPI_SETFOREGROUNDFLASHCOUNT = &H2005
    SPI_GETCARETWIDTH = &H2006
    SPI_SETCARETWIDTH = &H2007
    SPI_GETMOUSECLICKLOCKTIME = &H2008
    SPI_SETMOUSECLICKLOCKTIME = &H2009
    SPI_GETFONTSMOOTHINGTYPE = &H200A
    SPI_SETFONTSMOOTHINGTYPE = &H200B
    SPI_GETFONTSMOOTHINGCONTRAST = &H200C
    SPI_SETFONTSMOOTHINGCONTRAST = &H200D
    SPI_GETFOCUSBORDERWIDTH = &H200E
    SPI_SETFOCUSBORDERWIDTH = &H200F
    SPI_GETFOCUSBORDERHEIGHT = &H2010
    SPI_SETFOCUSBORDERHEIGHT = &H2011
    SPI_GETFONTSMOOTHINGORIENTATION = &H2012
    SPI_SETFONTSMOOTHINGORIENTATION = &H2013
End Enum

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