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How to make programs available to certain users

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    How to make programs available to certain users

    I just got Windows 8, and there are some programs that I want exclusively on my account. We have two accounts set up so far, and I just don't want to clutter up the other user's desktop with my stuff. Is there a way to assign a program to certain users?
    Thank you.

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    First watch installation routine, most have "install for this/all users" It might hide in default/custom installation.
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How to make programs available to certain users
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