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Nelek22-Oct-20 21:42
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Gerry Schmitz wrote:
Your app doesn't get automatically updated to a newer version.
It is not the App update what I worry.
The .Net Framework in the local system comes and goes depending on domain policies pushed by the IT department.
I know the MS people have done a pretty good job with backwards compatibility in .Net Framework, but it won't the first time (and since windows 10 is out there it happens damned more often) that a Windows Update breaks some things.

This is the reason because I see this possibility as promising. But I am still realistic and I think that it probably blow up my expectations in unexpected ways.
M.D.V. Wink | ;)

If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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