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  1. Thank you for testing. But that was the folder I recommended NOT to delete. Instead, I recommend THIS folder %commonappdata%\Apple\Installer Cache Actually it is only necessary to delete the many subfolders "AppleApplicationSupport*" So the entry should be [Apple Installer Cache**] LangSecRef=3023 DetectFile=%commonappdata%\Apple\Installer Cache Default=False FileKey1=%commonappdata%\Apple\Installer Cache\AppleApplicationSupport*|*.msi|REMOVESELF But I did not think of the repair function. To keep the repair function it would be necessary to keep the latest folder and msi-f
  2. Does only this entry FileKey1=%commonappdata%\Apple\Installer Cache|*.*|RECURSE make Apple redownload iTunes installers, too? I don't have iTunes but QuickTime and deleting this folder works fine. Because, as I posted already, this folder is for the Apple Updater itself and the Apple Application Support, I recommend only this entry for winapp2.ini. This FileKey2=%CommonAppData%\Apple Computer\Installer Cache|*.*|RECURSE folder contains the last QuickTime installer, and only the last one, so I guess Apple deletes the old ones when downloading a new one. Therefore this folder doesn't ne
  3. Apple Installer Cache [Apple Installer Cache*] LangSecRef=3023 DetectFile=%commonappdata%\Apple\Installer Cache Default=False FileKey1=%commonappdata%\Apple\Installer Cache|*.*|RECURSE This folder is not for iTunes or QuickTime, it is for the Apple Updater itself and the Apple Application Support. It looks like Apple does not delete old versions when installing a new one. This folder has become extremely large by old installer versions on my computer.
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