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I know in previous versions of AutoIT @Version used to return things like... WIN_2000, WIN_NT4, WIN_ME, WIN_98, WIN_95 etc, among others.

However, looking at the official documentation here: https://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/macros.htm, those values are no longer listed.

So, is it the case that those will no longer be returned on newer versions of AutoIT, or will they still be returned, but documentation just no longer lists them?

Unfortunately I have no device to test this on...

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Lookup Macros Reference in the help file or use the link you mention. There you have @OSVersion, @OSType, @OSServicePack, @OSLang, @OSBuild, @OSArch.

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Quote (23rd December, 2013) (Release)


  • Changed: Removed Windows 2000 support. Minimum supported OS is now Windows XP RTM / Windows Server 2003.


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