Replacing an exported Flash application the new version was planned to be self-contained (no external libraries used), easy to update and maintain. To keep maximum compatibility with every version of Windows currently in use the solution was to program in Win32, the base programming system underlying each version of Windows since Windows 95.
To accomplish this, we programmed the software in C++ using MFC, the standard Microsoft library for accessing Windows system components. Based on proven software we developed for several of our clients we were able to deliver a customizable set of CD-ROM starter and simple custom installation software.
The software takes prepared Photoshop files for all its user interface elements.