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XP using programs installed under different profile name- is it possible and how?

XP using programs installed under different profile name- is it possible and how? Topic: Bbb case search
July 17, 2019 / By Amery
Question: I have XP Pro installed I have a profile named AAA, I install 5 various programs I create another profile on the same computer named BBB Of course BBB comes up with just the bare minimum on it I want to be able to use the same 5 programs I installed under AAA will i have to reinstall the very same programs or can is there a guru that can tell me how to make this happen using registry or copying files from one profile to the next? any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Tilda Tilda | 9 days ago
Most Applications, when installed under one user account are still available under any other user account installed on the same computer by default. The start up icons, quick launch icons, and start menu links may be missing but if you browse your c:program files directory, the programs are still there. All you need to do is create new shortcuts to your desktop etc. Open My Computer. Double click the drive you have Windows installed on (usually C:). Open Up All Programs. Search for the folders in which your applications are installed in (usually the folder name is either the application name or the software manufacturers name). Right click the icon that is the executable, choose send to desktop and your done. However, some applications, when installed, give you the option to be only usable on that one account. If this is the case, then you would likely have to reinstall the applications. If this is not the case then you should be able to do the above aforementioned steps to access those applications.
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