To discover and modify various values in an application, tools like Cheat Engine can be utilized. However, it is probable that the previous addresses will have changed once you close and reopen the application, necessitating the search for new addresses to manipulate the value again.

A pointer address that indicates a specific location within the application can be located to easily find the other address for changing the value. The pointer address, to my knowledge, remains unchanged even after restarting the application.

I am curious whether the address to the pointer in that application would remain consistent on another computer. Additionally, is it possible for the Windows 10 and Windows 7 operating systems to distinguish between them?

Askify Moderator Edited question April 30, 2023