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Hey, this is just one way that Windows doesn’t do things quite the way that Unix does. Redmond uses the registry for everything (when that concept does not formally exist in Linux), and it doesn’t use environment variables in exactly the same way.

In what way is that an answer to the question? Something accurate?


In reply to Re^2: ENV Path didn't take effect by Anonymous Monk
in thread ENV Path didn't take effect by anaconda_wly

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