On the two systems I've set up with Win7 Pro (x64) thus far, I've noticed that some applications store their settings in a "Roaming" directory and others store their settings in a "Local" directory under my C:\Users\username\AppData\ directory. There's also a "LocalLow" directory containing settings for a few more apps. It's a really minor annoyance, but separating my settings into two (or three) locations does make it slightly more difficult to run to a given program's settings if I don't remember which location it chose to use. Is this the expected behavior? I'm not running Win7 in a network administered setting (it's connected to a LAN defined as a Home Network workgroup, and is not even on a domain), and roaming profiles are not enabled (the "Roaming profile" option is greyed out completely in the advanced profile properties window, as I'd expect).