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  1. Looking for help and advice please: The hard drive on a Windows 10 laptop was almost full, so running very badly. Eventually I discovered that the User Photo Appdata folder had about 750 GBytes of unwanted Photo Autosave files, plus masses of crash reports. The laptop's owner had not mentioned seeing crashes. Questions: 1. Have other people had this problem? 2. Is there any way to stop AF Photo doing this, or any AF Photo feature for clearing these files (manually or automatically)? 3. Any other suggestions, please? These unwanted files were in the AF photo folder within the Windows User's "hidden" AppData folder, so had not been reported using normal Windows file or storage tools. The files had dates going back months, including today, even though no crashes had been noticed. BTW. That copy of AF Photo 1.10 was set to NOT send crash reports or to reopen files on startup.
  2. In my AppData folder are two AD subfolders: "1.0" and "1.0 (Beta)". The older folder (1.0 Beta) was not deleted by the installation programm of the new ADwin. Can I delete this old folder (20 MB) by myself? KoBu
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