Am 24.06.2017 um 00:34 schrieb Mike Horvath:
> On 6/23/2017 6:01 PM, clipka wrote:
>> No, not really. This is a systematic issue with modern Windows (and any
>> multi-user system, actually), where technically the user-modifiable
>> portions of any given program need to be installed for each user
> Alternately, you could put all this stuff in "C:\Users\Public\Documents"
That, per se, won't cut it: We expect users to modify those files
(that's why they're not residing in the "Program Files" folder in the
first place), so to prevent one user's modification to affect another
user, each needs their own copy.
What we probably should do, instead, is to put all the stuff in
"C:\Users\Default\Documents", and when a user runs POV-Ray for the first
time, copy it from there to the user's own documents folder.
> and "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs". See here:
> My system has 94 items in the latter folder.
Start Menu is a different matter.
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