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I was wondering, if I make a nice app, will it be able to run on other win32 machines without the NET runtime?? I mean, will the user have to install 100 or how many mb the runtimes are to run my 1 mb app?? Thanks
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You absolutely need the framework to run .Net apps. The framework is about 20 meg to install.
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I see. Ok, its pretty small, it wont matter :) great, thanks. It will run on any pc right? as long as i install the framework?
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K, got it. Thanks!
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