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I am wondering in my C# Windows Form, how do I know the client PC's
operating system?
Thanks for help.
Dec 14 '05 #1
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Check out the Environment class:
Jason Huang wrote:

I am wondering in my C# Windows Form, how do I know the client PC's
operating system?
Thanks for help.



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