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TeaDrivenDev wrote:In all likelihood, you have a 64-bit operating system; it's been the standard for a number of years now. The easiest way to find out is to open Explorer and look at your C: drive - if it has both the "Program Files" and "Program Files (x86)" folders, it's a 64-bit system; if there's only one "Program Files" folder, it's 32-bit, and then only the 32-bit version of Scrivener will work.
Sat May 30, 2020 8:13 pm Post
TeaDrivenDev wrote:In all likelihood, you have a 64-bit operating system; it's been the standard for a number of years now. .
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Sat May 30, 2020 10:05 pm Post
TeaDrivenDev wrote:Your process may be slightly different
That's why I suggested the Explorer method; it works exactly the same on every computer from XP through Windows 10. (I didn't want to assume Win 10, as they said it's an older machine.)
Sat May 30, 2020 10:28 pm Post
devinganger wrote:I never assume a given answer is going to benefit only the person asking it. Takes just a few more seconds to mention and helps people down the road. Win-win!
(I've also seen people do some really weird stuff when helping others refurbish older gear. Knew a guy who hated 64-bit Windows because of his first run-in with 64-bit XP, had never bothered to learn differently, and was still installing 32-bit Windows 8 and 10 on relatively decent modern gear.)
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