Originally Posted by nizwiz
It's 64 bit Vista specific: the "Program Files(x86)" folder is where 32 bit applications are stores as opposed to "Program Files" for 64 bit applications. I guess when programs are started from the x86 location, Vista enters some compatibility mode or something, but I'm not sure.
Oh yeah, I forgot there's a reason I haven't upgraded to 64-bit yet.
It does way too much pointless stuff and not enough productive stuff to make the extra expenses worthwhile for... well... anyone.