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Why install for “just me” as opposed to “everybody”? (windows installer)

when i was installing a installer it had two radio buttons "just me" and "everyone"

i am not able to differentiate these two radio buttons.

can any one guide me in this?

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migrated from Feb 12 '10 at 8:46

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@subash - Hello, welcome to Super User. Your question has been migrated here, where it is more adapted. To regain ownership over your question, you should create an account here, and associate it with your Stack Overflow account in user options. – Gnoupi Feb 12 '10 at 8:57
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Just me will install only to your profile (desktop/application menu).

Everyone will install into the shared profile (All Users) that every user has access to.

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Its to do with user accounts - Just me would make the application only available to the current user.

Everyone would be to anyone who logs into the PC.

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