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If I want to publish an app for public consumption (in the Microsoft Store), in the past I just compiled it to AnyCpu, and targeted a low enough .NET Framework to not worry about the prerequisite runtime (that was probably wrong). But now I'm updating my app to .NET 7, and I have to assume most users won't already have it. Do I need to compile 3 separate packages, one each listing a prerequisite for the .NET 7 runtime for x64, x86, and ARM, or will it install only the correct version if I mark them all as prerequisites, or is there some way to set prerequisites conditionally? What is the right use and purpose of AnyCpu if you always need to confirm that the right, specific runtime is installed? I'm a self-taught, very amateur programmer, so I think I need to stick to the simple installers Visual Studio creates rather than some self-assembled command-line system that might be able to manually figure out what needs to be installed on every computer.
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