I wonder why it requires so many steps to launch TS2019 64-bit by default? I do from now on never run the 32-bit version so i don´t really get why the end user has so little control over what version that is launched by default. If i let Steam create a shortcut on the Desktop only the 32-bit version launches. Since Steam cannot make a shortcut for either the 32-bit version or the 64-bit version i am forced to first launch Steam and then go to Games > View Games Library and then right click on Train Simulator and then click "Play Train Simulator 64-edition". Or, manually create a shortcut to RailWorks64.exe that is buried somewhere in the Steam folder and at the same time find out how to set the Launch Options. I except to have some kind of option, let´s say a screen that let me choose my default preference when i launch TS2019. Yes, i can rename the RailWorks64.exe to RailWorks.exe but it will be corrected when i run the Verify Integrity of Game Files. What was the thinking behind this?