#1
I hear a lot about having a Vst Folder, one location to store all your vsts. Major vsts that require installation have their own folder, which includes the .dll. Where would this folder be? In the C: directory, or would you have 2 separate ones in Program Files and Program Files (x86)? Would you just put shortcuts in the folder in either case?

How do most people do this?

Thanks yoU!
#2
Usually in ProgramFiles\Steinberg\vst (or x86 if 32bit - depends) but they can be anywhere. Usually when you do custom install your software installer asks you to designate where to install to and I point to a folder I created c:\VST, which simplifies things.
#3
If it's not in the program files, does it not matter where it is installed (concerning 32/64 bit)?
#4
Most programs if not all, have settings preferences where you can point them to your preferred vst folder. I have a separate "VST64" folder as well, the plugins will usually specify if they are 64bit, most of them are still 32bit for now.