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I'm sorry for my bad English :-(
How can I judge a Windows 95 whether OSR2 one or a retail release version of Windows 95 programmatically?
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     OSVERSIONINFO osver;
      osver.dwOSVersionInfoSize = sizeof(OSVERSIONINFO);

      DWORD ver = GetVersionEx(&osver);
      CString msg;
      msg.Format("%u.%u.%u", osver.dwMajorVersion, osver.dwMinorVersion, LOWORD(osver.dwBuildNumber));
      SetDlgItemText(IDC_VERSION, msg);
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by:ptiger
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Thanks your reply!
But can you tell me if the following Windows 95 is the OSR2 one or the retail release one?
a) 4.10.1691
b) 4.00.950
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4.00.950 is the first (retail) release of Win95. The other one will be OSR 2.
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