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Windows 7: Are commands followed?

25 Feb 2015   #1
Sicnarf

Win7 Pro-64bit
 
 
Are commands followed?

I have two files LXDUwbgw.exe, and lxduwbgw.exe. in two different folders. For brevity, LXDU is in Folder A and lxdu is in folder B.
IF, a program goes to Folder A and asks for lxdu will it take LXDU or nothing?

Thanks
Sic


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25 Feb 2015   #2
sgage

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Sicnarf View Post
I have two files LXDUwbgw.exe, and lxduwbgw.exe. in two different folders. For brevity, LXDU is in Folder A and lxdu is in folder B.
IF, a program goes to Folder A and asks for lxdu will it take LXDU or nothing?

Thanks
Sic
No - case doesn't matter in Windows. It does in Linux and such, but Windows is not case-sensitive.
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26 Feb 2015   #3
Sicnarf

Win7 Pro-64bit
 
 

Thanks......though it burst my bubble.
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