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Can I find the number of CPU cores for vb.net 2005?

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Can I find the number of CPU cores for vb.net 2005?
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Can I find the number of CPU cores for vb.net 2005?
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Simply use
Console.WriteLine("ProcessorCount := " + Environment.ProcessorCount)
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You can use windows API:
http://www.dalun.com/blogs/05.01.2007.htm

or Environment.ProcessorCount() function in both VB.NET and C#.
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