Raymond Chen’s blog “The Old New Thing” is an invaluable source of interesting theories and histories about the inner workings of Windows. If you haven’t read his book “The Old New Thing: Practical Development Throughout the Evolution of Windows” yet, add it to your wishlist now. Although some parts of it can be a bit too much code and internals, the stories and the appendices are simply awesome. Well worth it.
But this post wasn’t supposed to be about that, so I’ll leave you with what I intended to write about instead; the recently posted entry about how several different values are derived from the double click time setting.