True. I am aware of that but my requirement is exactly the opposite. I want the batch file not remove the folder till the Notepad is not closed. Surprisingly, that was not happening in the Home edition of XP, hence wanted to know whether the behavior was rectified in WINDOWS 7 Home edition.
Consider the following batch file:
I noticed that in Professional the folder ABCD was removed only after Notepad was closed, while in Home the folder was removed even when the Notepad was still open.
In WINDOWS 7 Professional a batch file executes commands synchronously (i.e. it waits for the 1st command to complete before executing the next one).
I want know, whether it works in the same manner in the Home edition too?
1. Is Windows XP-virtual a standard utility by Microsoft or is it a 3rd party utility?
2. If a software is developed on XP-virtual (packaged in Visual Studio), will it package DLLs suitable for XP?
3. Does Microsoft support this and provide updates for these DLLs?
I want to install Windows 7 as 32 bit OS.
My laptop is 64 bit Dell Inspiron.
The installation CD says 64-bit software Windows 7 Professional.
This is necessary as one of my application runs only in 32 bit environment.