Wil,

While I personally like this suggestion I wonder how fast we end up in the same situation as Windows itself. I mean putting the 64 bit binaries in a folder named System32 and the 32 bit binaries in SysWow64...

For the hammer I think you should not produce a 32 bit version any longer and just drop the "64" extension under project properties. Why? How many 32 bit computers with Windows 10 32 bit will be around these days? And if there are a couple; is that your target? For many developers there is the question if all their application dependencies are 64 bit but I expect that you control all dependencies of the Hammer so they can all be 64 bit Unicode before DataFlex 2020 is really released.