I'm developing a desktop application that requires an application number to be viewable in some way for our users. I am trying to determine what would be a good place for it that is meaningful to users. In our main window, I am tempted to include the version number with the window title. Any other place in our main content area feels very out of place when the version number is "floating" alone by itself.
The context of the window title (which contains the name of the desktop application) gives the number more context and meaning. I've noticed that Adobe Photoshop Lightroom includes its version number in the executable file name and its window title. If I include the version number as part of the application name, does that have any effect on how users will interpret that name?