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i want know how i can run my C# application on another computer without installing .Net FrameWork




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You can't run an application created under the .NET framework without having the framework installed on your target PC.

If you dont want to use the .NET framework you will have to write the application that doesn't specifcially need to run under the framework.

(C++, Fortran, Legacy VB, etc)

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Maybe this helps: http://www.thinstall.com/solutions/net_virtual.php

I don't know how real this is, and whether it works or not, but it may work for you.

Of course, the .NET framework is still necessary, but they just wrap it in an installer for you....

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