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files_used_by_bitcomet [2010/04/16 07:47]
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files_used_by_bitcomet [2015/08/15 04:21] (current)
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 ==== APP_DATA Folder ==== ==== APP_DATA Folder ====
  
-This folder serves as a common repository for application-specific data for current user in Windows operating system. A typical path used by BitComet is //​C:​\Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\BitComet//​. **(This folder is being used starting with v1.18)**+This folder serves as a common repository for application-specific data for current user in Windows operating system. A typical path used by BitComet is //​C:​\Documents and Settings\%userprofile%\Application Data\BitComet// ​(Windows XP) or //​C:​\Users\%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\BitComet//​ (Windows Vista or later). **(This folder is being used starting with v1.18)**
  
     * BitComet.xml - Saves all options set in the Options dialog and information about visual details like column size etc.      * BitComet.xml - Saves all options set in the Options dialog and information about visual details like column size etc. 
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 **For an upgrade** **For an upgrade**
  
-BitComet will seek and find the existing configuration files in their current installation folder, and their installation folder will continue being used as the configuration folder, no matter if it's the PROGRAM_FILES folder or not. +BitComet will seek and find the existing configuration files in their current installation((In Windows Vista or Windows 7 if BitComet was installed in the //Program Files// folder then by "​installation folder"​ should be understood the //​\Users\%userprofile%\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\BitComet//​ folder, as all configuration files will be found there. This is independent of BitComet and due to the data virtualization feature introduced in Vista and will happen to any application which tries to write its configuration files in //Program Files// or any other system folder, for that matter, while not using elevated privileges.)) ​folder, and their installation folder will continue being used as the configuration folder, no matter if it's the PROGRAM_FILES folder or not. 
  
 **For multiple installations in a computer** **For multiple installations in a computer**
 
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