Why in programs (x86)?? Tags: Windows 7 x86 World Of Warcraft Last response: October 18, 2010 6:25 PM in Windows 7 Share houdinii October 18, 2010 6:10:15 PM i have a laptop with windows 7 64bit when i go to download things a lot of them try to go to the programs (x86) folder why is this isnt the 86 folder the 32bit file?? should i make them go to the regular programs file? the 2 that tryed to do it was world of warcraft which i moved anyway and now visual studio is trying to go there. so y go in the 32 bit folder when i running 64 bit?? More about : programs x86 Ijack a b $ Windows 7 October 18, 2010 6:25:42 PM 32-bit programs will go into the (x86) folder, 64-bit ones into the normal Program Files folder. Not all programs that you install will be 64-bit ones. Don't worry about it. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWhy does my windows 7 have program files and (x86) program files? Forum Why does Intel control x86? Forum SolvedMerged + Moved Program Files and Program Files (x86) - Now Having Problems - Help Please Forum SolvedProgram File (x86) to Program File (x86) Forum Windows 7 64-bit - Programs in X86 Forum SolvedOrigin in x86 or program files? Forum SolvedRunning a 64bit system but games are in x86 program files (BF4) Forum Access denied for changing Program files (x86) Forum SolvedProblems moving Program Files and Program Files (x86) Re: relocate program files Forum 64bit os in properties, but program files x86 Forum SolvedA "Program Files (x86)" question Forum SolvedWhat is program folder x86? Forum SolvedFolders - Program Files & Program Files (x86) Forum Someone HELP I lost all data from folder Program Files (x86) on my Second Hard-drive !! Forum Is program files and program files (x86) part of the widows system files Forum Is program files and program files (x86) part of the widows system files Forum Cannot delete folder in program files (x86) Forum SolvedWhy does my computer lag when running any programs? Forum Program Files and Program Files (x86) Forum Program Fies (x86) been deleted Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !