List of Google earth setup cmd switches for XP

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Hello Techyv users,

I want to know the google earth setup cmd switches for installation of Google earth on Windows XP. Please list all the command line switches available on Window XP Google Earth setup. I want these command to customise Google Earth Installation during install time. Please help me to get the list.

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List of Google earth setup cmd switches for XP

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Hello,
 
I'm sorry, but you can't get such a list because it is Google's proprietary information.  The only thing you can do is to open the installation file and check the options you need inside the dialog box you see.  Every installation has some options you can tweak.  For example, you can select which files you will install and which you won't etc.  I hope I helped.  Regards.
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List of Google earth setup cmd switches for XP

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If you want to install Google Earth, you can download the standalone installer. The default download page for Google Earth downloads the web installer. For the standalone installer, go to Update Google Earth Pro. Here, under “Download Google Earth Pro for desktop,” click “Download a Google Earth Pro direct installer” to expand the list.

The latest version at the moment is Google Earth 7.3.3. Download the version for your operating system. The 32-bit version is around 57.6 MB and the 64-bit version is 65.4 MB. You can also download several of the older versions. Before downloading any earlier versions, make sure to read the notes so you won’t have a problem installing.

Now, if you need to know the switches you can use when running the installer from the command prompt, add without quotes “/?” or “/help” after typing the installer name then hit Enter. For example:

setup /?
setup /help

If the installer supports switches, this should list all the switches available for use. But if nothing happens or it didn’t display anything, it means the installer doesn’t support switches.

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