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By rangling ·
i write programs for users of various Windows OS using Visual Basic 6. If I convert my system to NTFS, will their machines be able to install and use the applications I create

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by bohicam1 In reply to NTFS Format

Yes, of course. I presume you are sharing these out in a folder on a network? They can still access them. Writing them to floppy or CD? That is a different file system too and they can access them as well. It is your puter doing the displaying of the program for them.
No probs.
Good luck!

Mike

PS. Most networks out there still have a mix of Winnt and win98/95 where machines use fat, fat32 and ntfs all without probs.

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by RRV In reply to NTFS Format

Use Windows Installer to create setup package and install in different OS [Of course windows...] Never worry about file system change. Windows installer can even handle one time registry update or first time run application etc while installing your application.
All the best
RV

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