I just did a clean install of Windows 7 and am working on re-installing my Steam games. Since I completed the install of the OS, there is now a 32-bit and 64-bit Program Files folder.
When I installed Steam, it defaulted to the 32-bit directory. In the grand scheme of things, does it mater which of those folders I put my Steam directory in? The save-game files I backed up were from XP 32-bit. So, before I go ahead and install my games, I am wondering if I should put them in the 32-bit Program Files folder for my save-games to work.
This also applies for save games of non-Steam purchased games. Should I also put them in the 32-bit folder to avoid any problems?
Any help would be appreciated.