The Application class provides static properties and methods for controlling the application. This appendix contains a summary of the Application class's most useful properties, methods, and events. Chapter 36, "Configuration and Resources," has a bit more to say about the Application class and provides some example code.
The following table describes the Application class's most useful properties.
Returns the path where the program should store application data that is shared by all users. By default, this path has the form base_path\company_name\product_name\product_version. The base_path is typically C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data (here "C" may be replaced with a different drive letter depending on how your system is set up).
Returns the Registry key where the program should store application data that is shared by all users. By default, this path has the form HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\company_name\product_name\product_version.
Returns the application's company name.
Gets or sets the CultureInfo object for this thread. The CultureInfo object specifies information about a specific culture (such as its name, writing system, and calendar, and its formats for dates, times, and numbers).
Gets or sets the InputLanguage for this thread. The InputLanguage object defines the layout of the keyboard for the culture. It determines ...