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Thread: detecting pc type

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    Question detecting pc type

    Is there a way i can detect if im using windows 7, windows vista or windows xp?

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    Default Re: detecting pc type

    Try os.name system property:

    See System Properties (The Java™ Tutorials > Essential Classes > The Platform Environment)

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