I am shortly picking up a Windows 7 62-bit box from Staples and wndered whart are the advantages of running the 64-bit of TCMD .vs. the 32-bit version of it? Is it that the 64-bit can access more RAM - or is there others?
On the topic of this redirection, when using the x64 version, is there any way to detect that this folder would have been redirected for a x86 app and display the x86 folder?
I run into the annoying situation where a x86 app refers me to a log or configuration setting or something that it sees in one directory, but I have to guess at what directory really contains the files. I'd love to invent a "cdx86" alias that would change me into the directory that a x86 app would see.