Switching from 32 to 64

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Apr 30, 2012 (19:29)
Hi all, had FL for a couple months now. But I just looked last night and realize when I first downloaded the files onto my computer that I made the mistake of putting it into the 32 bit(x86) folder onto my C-Drive. My comp does have a 64 bit capable OS(Windows/PC), so I just want my FL to get the max efficiency possible. I'm yet to have any issues with it so far, but if one day it does come to that I want to know it's working at its max potential.

So I was wondering how I get FL into my 64 bit folder. Is it an issue of copying it? Or does that just put a 32 bit FL program into a 64 bit folder? Or do I need to re-install the entire program into my 64 folder? Thanks anyone for helping me out.

Apr 30, 2012 (19:34)
FL is a 32 bit software with some 64 bit capabi...

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