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Depends on your operating system.

In Windows, it would be in 'Program files' in a folder that is the name of the version of Cura you are using.

It is cura.exe

I have not been on a MAC in a while, so no help there, sorry.

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32Bit Windows or 64bit Windows?

32Bit Cura (pre 2.4) or 64 bit Cura?

Cura 2.x or Cura 15.x?

They all go in different folders depending on the name, version, OS bit level and program bit level.

For 64bit Cura on Windows 64bit OS its:

C:\Program Files\Cura 2.5\Cura.exe
C:\Program Files\Cura 2.4\Cura.exe

For legacy 32bit versions of Cura 2.3 and earlier on 64bit Windows its:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Cura 2.3\Cura.exe
C:\Program Files (x86)\Cura 2.2\Cura.exe

For Cura 15.x, its called Cura.bat as it executes a Python script to run:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Cura_15.04.4\Cura.bat

Hope this helps.

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