On my development PC I was able to create an executable - probably very crudely. We're talking 2017 Visual Studio and a solution with many projects. After looking at video's of the subject and exploring everything I could think of I found a folder under my start up project of bin/Debug that had all of the executables of the solution. Executing the start up project gave complete expected results. I picked up the contents of that folder and moved to a new location in my mind proving that the location was not critical, again good results. My thinking was if I create a matching file structure of my destination PC I could just move the executables (actually that whole folder which contained a lot of files besides executables) and my data files and it should execute on the destination PC. That didn't happen so I probably need some other supporting files. Got any suggestions? My technique for execution may also be faulty and any suggestion there might satisfy my problem.
I got another question (I'm down to very few). In the windows development, how do your create a beep when the user has abused a process?