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Adobe Folders in Public Documents

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Nov 05, 2022 Nov 05, 2022

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I'm trying to free-up room on my C: so that, ironically, my Adobe apps can run more efficiently. I moved my Adobe apps to D: and they've been working fine. I found 10.5 GB of Adobe files in C:\Users\Public\Documents. Do these need to stay if my apps are installed in D:?

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Nov 05, 2022 Nov 05, 2022

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your d-drive programs will still save stuff to your c drive including the folder you cited.  ntl, many of those files are no longer being used.  you can check them and pre-delete the one's associated with no longer installed adobe apps.

 

to predelete: i like to zip them and prepend the name with an underscore so they move to the alphabetical top.   delete the unzipped files.

 

then after you're comforatble (certainly after a computer restart of programs opening with no problems), you can delete the zipped files.

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