On a fresh Windows 10 install, trying to run xmouse-controls shows this:
It is possible to build the utility in such a way that Windows is willing to use .net-4.0 to run it: https://stackoverflow.com/a/20865375 . Since this is a simple utility, it would be nice if it listed both SKUs so that it would just work out of the box everywhere without requiring installation of .net-3.5.
I tested the
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- Makes for easier execution on Windows systems without .net v3.5, but has .net v4+. No need for a separate `app.config` there, as it is today. - Crashes on Windows systems with only .net v3.5. - Targets application to (primarily) Windows 10, while leaving (primarily) Windows 7 behind. - Both are still popular, with a high number of users and large market shares. - September 2018: - Windows 10: 50.07% - Windows 7: 37.2% - Can both systems be targeted at once, similar to #11/#12 but without `app.config`? See - #11 - #12 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_10#Market_share_and_sales