Solved What is the location of the program files on windows 7? Tags: Configuration Windows 7 Windows Vista Installer Last response: April 20, 2010 7:57 AM in Windows 7 Share SirNordle April 10, 2010 8:47:28 PM i have an installer I use on xp and vista but I don't now where the program files are on windows 7 I would like to upgrade my installer to include windows 7 More about : location program files windows Best solution sminlal a c 208 $ Windows 7 April 10, 2010 8:55:41 PM You should use call the Shell to get the folder name so that your install kit will work no matter what version of Windows you're using or what drive the OS is installed on. For an example, see: http://vbnet.mvps.org/code/browse/shpathidlist.htm SirNordle April 20, 2010 7:57:24 AM Best answer selected by SirNordle. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWindows 7 swap/page file size and location ? ForumWindows 7 on ssd boot drive and user files program files on normal HD ForumWindows system shortcuts location ForumNotepad files do not open with the right program shortcut ForumProblems moving Program Files and Program Files (x86) Re: relocate program files ForumAssassins creed savegame location windows 7 ForumProgram that batch counts different files automatically? ForumHow does one Install a program file on "D" drive with Windows 7 64-bit ForumFile Location ForumHosts file alternate location is not recognized ForumWhat happens when section of indexed locations is deleted in windows 7 ForumCan\'t find Program Files (x86) after moving to another drive ForumWin764bit - default programs file location ForumWin98 Location of Executable Files ForumWant to decide location of program to be installed, how? ForumWindow 7 ultimate hp product key ForumProblem of windows mail Forum[Solved] Dell gx280 drivers free download for windows 7 ForumQuestions about Windows 7 (32-bit) ForumSamsung syncmaster 2033 problems with windows 7 More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !