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Hi can anybody tell what is the significance of "C:\Windows" windows folder in c drive What it contains? are any processes, using the content of this folder

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please, next time do think about better tags. "c" is a programming language. "in" makes no sense as a tag. – lorenzog Dec 1 '09 at 8:13

the c:\windows folder usually contains the core files of the Windows operation system, virtually all processes are using the content of this folder

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The Windows folder on the C:\ drive on a windows system contains all important and vital system files. Everything that is related to the core system is stored here. This does not include third party programs, which go in C:\Programs.

In other words: Do not touch.

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