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drive_c location?
David Jackson
Posted 2017-04-07 10:50
I'm trying to figure out where the folder is that the Windows programs are installed, and thus far I've not found any "drive_c" folder anywhere.  Is it a different folder in the Android version, and if so what and where?

Mark Davis
Mark Davis Chief Senior Advocate
Posted 2018-01-30 21:33
Each bottle has its own drive_c under the name of each app you've installed.  This is all buried fairly deep in the Android system and you'll need to be rooted in order to get there.  So, for instance, I have Irfanview 4 installed.  To get to its drive_c in Android (on ChromeOS), I have to go to /data/data/com.codeweavers.cxoffice/files/prefixes/IrfanView 4/drive_c and there are the files.  Rooting Android on a ChromeOS device is somewhat involved and could void your device's warranty, but if you search the 'Net, you can likely uncover how to do it on your device if you want to take the risk.

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