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Should I install 32 bit programs into the X86 program files folder

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I have a server running  Windows 2008 Server R2.  I need to install ICVerify 4.2 software onto it. It is a 32 bit program.  Should I install in into the Program Files x86 folder?
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kreyzie earned 1340 total points
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Hi there , by default all 32bit software will choose the x86 path itself unless you define it. It is recommended to install 32bit software to the designated folders in case you have 2 version of ICVerify 4.2 and you can use both at the same time on the different folders and it is good for reference. I  think leaving it as default is the most suggested.

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