My program is 32-bit managed application that run in 64-bit environment.
When I use
I got "c:\program files(x86)"
I need somehow to get the folder for 64-bit applications - i.e., c:\program files.
How can I get to this name?
Looks like you would need to use the Windows functions RegOpenKeyEx, RegQueryValueEx and RegCloseKey, using the flag KEY_WOW64_64KEY in your call to RegOpenKeyEx to get the 64-bit registry from a 32-bit
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