Where should I extract the download to?

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Where should I extract the download to?

Post by KH41 » Thu Jun 13, 2019 3:45 am

Hi. I just bought the program. It downloaded, but i was wondering were i should extract the files to. THe default on my computer is into downloads. I just want to be sure i set it up correctly. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance

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Re: Where should I extract the download to?

Post by MGD4me » Thu Jun 13, 2019 5:02 am

Anywhere you wish...

But personally, I would first create a 'WYSIWYG' folder in Downloads, and then a sub folder in 'WYSIWYG' for various versions (eg ver 14.4.0).

There will be ongoing releases which you will want to download eventually, and it is always good to keep an older version or two, just in case.

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Re: Where should I extract the download to?

Post by KH41 » Thu Jun 13, 2019 7:06 am

MGD4me wrote:
Thu Jun 13, 2019 5:02 am
Anywhere you wish...

But personally, I would first create a 'WYSIWYG' folder in Downloads, and then a sub folder in 'WYSIWYG' for various versions (eg ver 14.4.0).

There will be ongoing releases which you will want to download eventually, and it is always good to keep an older version or two, just in case.
Thanks for your reply. I installed it already. So its just sitting in my downloads. I'm going to take your advice on the folder for it.

One question though. I downloaded the 64 bit one. But i saw something from 2017 from Pablo that said that its a use at your own risk. But no known issues. I have a 64 bit windows, so thats why i downloaded that one after purchasing. Did i pick the right one? or should i use the 32 bit one? Thanks again for all your help

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Re: Where should I extract the download to?

Post by Pablo » Thu Jun 13, 2019 7:56 am

There are currently no known issues with the 64bit version, so I think it's safe to use it.
Note that 32bit also works on 64bit Windows.

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