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Set environment path

Posted on 2014-11-26
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Within WinXP, we were setting one environment path in the OS. Can we do the same thing within Win 7?
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Hi,

you can just do right click on the computer and then select properties and on the left you have Advanced system settings and then on the bottom of new screen you will have Environment variables and there you can set either system or user variable. If you did it in XP it is same here ...
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