I am running Windows(8.1) 32 bit and I have my disc partitioned to several logical discs. 1 for OS, 1 for data and 1 for applications. Haven't been able to find answer to my question: Can I do the ...
Sometimes I need to browse to find an installed application, but I often forgot whether they are installed in "Program Files (x86)" or "Program Files". Is there a trick where I can see the merged view ...
On Windows 7, how to check that applications are in the correct Program Files directory? [duplicate]
Possible Duplicate: How to check if a binary is 32 or 64 bit on Windows? In Windows 7, applications should be installed to "Program Files" or "Program Files (x86)" depending on whether they ...
I know that on a 64-bit version of Windows the "Program Files" folder is for 64-bit programs and the "Program Files (x86)" folder is for 32-bit programs, but why is this even necessary? By ...
How to write the path of a 32 bit executable in the Windows' Program Files folder regardless of the Windows version?
I want to write something like %ProgramFiles(x86)%\someprogram\someprogram.exe That would work in both Windows 32 and 64-bit versions But: %ProgramFiles% points to the 32 bit program files ...
Exactly what is the difference between: C:\Program Files C:\Program Files (x86) C:\ProgramData I have two questions: Why are they different? How do I decide which one to look in for any ...
Windows 7 64-bit version installs 32-bit programs to Program Files (x86) folder, and 64-bit programs to Program Files folder. Of course, Microsoft must have a reason for doing that, but as a user I ...