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How to Add, Remove or Edit Environment variables in Windows 7?

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    Default How to Add, Remove or Edit Environment variables in Windows 7?

    How to Add, Remove or Edit Environment variables in Windows 7?

    To add, remove or edit Environment variables in Windows 7 follow these simple steps:

    1) Right click on the Computer icon on your Desktop and choose Properties option.



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    2) In the System window click on Advanced system settings in the left pane as highlighted below



    Figure 2


    3) In the System Properties window select Advanced tab and click on Environment Variables… button given at the bottom of the window as highlighted below



    Figure 3


    4) In the Environment Variables window you will notice two columns User variables for a username and System variables.



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    5) Now to add a new User variable click on New… button. In the New User Variable dialog box type the Variable name and Variable value and click OK button



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    OR

    To remove a User variable click on the required User variable and then click on Delete button.

    OR

    To edit a User variable click on Edit… button. In the Edit User Variable dialog box edit the Variable name and Variable value and click OK button



    Figure 6


    Note: If you want to add, remove or edit System Variables then repeat this step under System variables column but be careful while doing this.

    6) Click OK button in the Environment Variables dialog window

    7) Click OK on System Properties window

    8) Close System window


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    Default TEMP variable

    Is there a way to show the TEMP variable without the short name? For example:
    C:\> set userprofile
    USERPROFILE=C:\Users\Bob Campbell

    C:\> set temp
    TEMP=C:\Users\BOBCAM~1\AppData\Local\Temp

    Bob C

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    Exclamation HELP with enviro ID

    Hi

    I have been installing a programme called ER Mapper, and it has installed on my PC as EArth Resource Mapping. For some reason it doesnt create the Environment ID/Variable. And the license wizard tool comes up, i have done what i have been instructed to do, which is to choose floating file and then close, and then go to the systems advanced admin and check the environmental id is there and if not to create one.

    I have done so yet to no avail and i am finding it increasingly frustrating as it goes beyond my computer skills so i am hoping someone from a forum such as this can help me figure out what to do. I think it is because i have a Windows 7 operating system and it is 64bit.

    Thank you.

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    I'm still stuck with Windows Vista... I know, I gotta upgrade...

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