I`m developing a widows application on a computer which runs Windows 7 32 bit Version. I tried running the software on a test machine which runs a 64 bit version and the controls look completely different. For example the DataGridView is painted half the size, this throws out all my layout. The fonts are different too.
Is this because the application was developed on a 32 Bit? Could this be due to some issue with the .NET Framework? Windows 7 already comes pre installed with .NET 3.5, so my reasoning rules this out. Although I tried to do a fresh install of .NET 3.5 but Windows 7 didn`t allow me to it.
What could be the issue. I also changed the platform from "Any" to "x64" and I still have layout issues.
Any help getting this sorted out would be greatly appreciated.
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