Hi Jim,

First, a note. You stated that Windows 7 has  "two Program Files
folders." Actually, this has to do with the fact of Windows 64-bit
editions vs 32-bit editions. Not Windows 7 vs XP.

On Windows 64-bit editions there is the typical
c:\Program Files
directory where all 32-bit applications like yours are stored. Then,
there is the
c:\Program Files 64
directory where newer 64-bit applications are stored. Since I am
running a 32-bit version of Windows 7 I only have
c:\Program Files
 and no
c:\Program Files 64.
 Hope that clears things up.

On 1/17/11, Jim Kitchen <j...@kitchensinc.net> wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
> The only problem that I know of is that Windows 7 has two different program
> files folders.  Other than that lots of people are playing my games just
> fine under Windows 7.
> I am wondering what market I might be concerned with.  I have been enjoying
> my hobby of creating computer games for over 30 years.  And yes I very much
> enjoy sharing them and getting feedback and suggestions, but some market?
> And I very much doubt that Microsoft would support audio games in the first
> place.  And I wouldn't care anyway.  I know that my programming is way off
> from what is considered business standards.  And that is perfectly fine with
> me as business standards are just so that one can be replaced.  You know
> write the code so that it can be understood by others, so that you can be
> replaced.

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