Is there any way to change the name of Program Files folder of Windows? Its annoying in certain circumstances since there's a space within the name.
Windows 7 or any other versions of Windows.
In Windows there’re perhaps only a couple of important folders (by important I mean important in my logical picture of the Windows file system) in the installation drive (in my case C:\). Namely Program Files and Windows. I simply stay away from Windows folder and the “add remove program files” is good enough to handle the program files folder of Windows.
So, I'm trying to run a game, and it only supports the resolution of 1280x768 (as well as a few lower ones) and my laptop (Windows 7) supports that resolution, as well as my normally used one of 1366x768. Essentially the question is is there some sort of program or hack that will automatically change my windows resolution when that program is being run?
Why can't a 64-bit program run on a 32-bit copy of Windows? How does my PC know that I'm running a 64-bit program? Does the program have a piece of code telling Windows that it's a 64-bit program or does Windows simply fail to execute it?
I saw a significant difference in file size of the two versions of the same program, so I think it's the code that's different.
You won't believe what I got to run under WINE. WordStar for Windows 2.0! It was the last version of WordStar and it came out in 1992. It was a 16-bit program. I installed it because I have old WSWin files I want to convert over. It runs under WINE's Windows 3.1 setting.
The WSWin installer did not, however, put the WordStar icon under the programs folder. I'd like to do so.
I want to install NetBeans IDE, I feel like it shouldn't be installed into home directory, but don't know where is equivalent to windows program files folder, please explain me about where to install Ubuntu apps?
This is a screenshot I got from the internet, as default installation folder for NetBeans IDE