Well thanks for the advice - again
Interesting view, I assumed by keeping my data separate
from windows files, I was keeping things simple, ie simple
Just the other day, because of the file structure I use, enabled me
to quickly pinpoint a problem and eliminate it. I downloaded
and installed a free online game, a couple of days later
I saw that my internet connection was being used for something,
I tracked it down to a file sharing app that had been installed on
the c drive by the game installer, even thoug I had installed the actual game to a whole different partition. the game company were using my connection file share their game client. I was able to find this
app in minutes because I was able to scan the c drive quickly
and was able to identify the prog, If I had installed it, i wouldnt
have put it on the c drive, which made it obvious to me that I hadnt put it there.
Going back to my question, when an app is installed, am i correct
in thinking that IF its a 32bit app, then any system files required
by it would be installed in the x86 folder ?