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Windows 7: Moving file from desktop to C drive

20 Apr 2014   #11
whs
Microsoft MVP

Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8
 
 

Installer files do no belong into the program files. They should go into Downloads. Program files is owned by the trusted installer and only installed programs go there. The installer puts them there.


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21 Apr 2014   #12
bawldiggle

XP/7x32 & x64/8x64/8.1x64
 
 

I keep every download (except rejects) on an external drive.
I also create an "ABOUT <download-title>.txt" located in with the download.

My "About" txt file is a template (from my clipboard extender) ... takes about 2 seconds to open a new text orphan and paste clipped template
Documentation has saved my bacon and heaps of time ... too many times to remember.

Note   Note
<date>
ABOUT <brief>
------------
<overview>
------------
File:- ? <upgrade date>
Version: = ? or n/a
Size:= ?
MDS CheckSum:= ? or n/a
ex VT: SHA256:
---
Site URL Clean := <URL scan of download -- optional>
VirusTotal.com score:= ? (user Rating is meaningless)
Virus check:= ? ok by BitDefender
Malware check:= ? by Malwarebytes
---
Downloader:= ? <Toshiba>
Thread:= < thread title >
<URL address where applicable>
Source:= ?
Support Forum:= <forum url>
<FAQs URL>

Portable:= YES/No

DESCRIPTION:-
- <description>

------------
EXTRAS:
< odds and sods >
'=========================
//////////// END
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