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That's exactly what is happening... you should download the .exe or .msi
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Ok, "BatterUp." Here is what I have on my WinDoze box, from when I installed GIMP 2.6 back in 2009. Keep in mind that the structure of the WinDoze version might have changed, but here's what it was in 2009:

 

In Program Files, I have a GIMP-2.0 directory, which in turn contains bin, etc, lib, setup, and share directories. In Program Files\GIMP-2.0\bin, I have gimp-2.6.exe, a few more executables, and dozens of DLLs. Double-clicking gimp-2.6.exe launches GIMP, exactly the same as if I'd launched it from the desktop icon or the start menu item.

 

I see that the download page is sensitive to what operating system you're browsing it from. What did you click on, what did you do with what you got, and what did you end up with in your Program Files directory?

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