Can you have the name of the arduino pre-defined in the system?

I was developing my project and I ran into a problem! I put my C# program so when a device is connected with the name arduino, the C# program automatically detects that that is the COM input, but I tried it on another computer and when I connect the arduino, the arduino name on windows is not arduino, is there any way any computer can know that the connected device is the arduino when it connects? SIPOTEK

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On the other pc the name is "USB Serial Device (COM3), can i pre-define arduino?

Do you have the drivers for the UNO installed on the second machine. ?

The same question, I also want to know if it is possible.

yes sir it is possible , once you connect the arduino to the computer or laptop and opening the port in the IDE it will show you which port is the arduino connected . This will be possible if the software is available or in some case even without the software the window can detect what device is connected to its USB port .
Hope this is informative .
With best regard from Lucky

I was developing my project and I ran into a problem! I put my C# program so when a device is connected with the name arduino, the C# program automatically detects that that is the COM input, but I tried it on another computer and when I connect the arduino, the arduino name on windows is not arduino, is there any way any computer can know that the connected device is the arduino when it connects?

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On the other pc the name is "USB Serial Device (COM3), can i pre-define arduino?

I think microsoft has a way you can register your product so they can recognize it. Companies like Logitech use this so when you plug in their mouse the OS can see that device and then recognise it.
The idea is that you pay microsoft to write a handshaking routine for their OS. Then on the next upgrade the feature goes active.

Two problems.
#1 it would cost thousands of dollars for microsoft. Same for apple.
#2 the arduino would have to have the handshaking routine or unique identifier. The added chip would then be required for the handshaking to happen.

So the answer is yes it is possible. But the cost of implimentation would be very high and it would require all arduino board makers to buy the chip or add the handshaking routine.