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A quick way to access: C:\\Users\\[user]\\AppData\\Roaming.

1. Go to any windows explorer window (my computer, my documents, my pictures, ect).
2. Type "%appdata%" without quotes, and hit enter.


It will take you directly to that folder.



A quick way to delete the data for an EUE


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Additional commands (Thanks Ictinike)

Code:

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Variable                        Typical value (May vary, depending on system)

%ALLUSERSPROFILE%     C:Documents and SettingsAll Users
%APPDATA%                 C:Documents and Settings{username}Application Data
%COMPUTERNAME%       {computername}
%COMSPEC%                C:WindowsSystem32cmd.exe
%HOMEDRIVE%              C:
%HOMEPATH%              Documents and Settings{username}
%PATH%                     C:WindowsSystem32;C:Windows;C:WindowsSystem32Wbem
%PATHEXT%                .COM; .EXE; .BAT; .CMD; .VBS; .VBE; .JS ; .WSF; .WSH
%PROGRAMFILES%         Directory containing program files, usually C:Program Files
%PROMPT%                  Code for current command prompt format. Code is usually $P$G
%SYSTEMDRIVE%          The drive containing the Windows XP root directory, usually C:
%SYSTEMROOT%          The Windows XP root directory, usually C:Windows
%TEMP% and %TMP%    C:DOCUME~1{username}LOCALS~1Temp
%USERNAME%              {username}
%USERPROFILE%           C:Documents and Settings{username}
%WINDIR%                   C:Windows
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Yep.. Nice find but there are more


Not to steal your thunder Mort but just an addition to your excellent post


Code:

Code:
Variable                        Typical value (May vary, depending on system)

%ALLUSERSPROFILE%     C:Documents and SettingsAll Users
%APPDATA%                 C:Documents and Settings{username}Application Data
%COMPUTERNAME%       {computername}
%COMSPEC%                C:WindowsSystem32cmd.exe
%HOMEDRIVE%              C:
%HOMEPATH%              Documents and Settings{username}
%PATH%                     C:WindowsSystem32;C:Windows;C:WindowsSystem32Wbem
%PATHEXT%                .COM; .EXE; .BAT; .CMD; .VBS; .VBE; .JS ; .WSF; .WSH
%PROGRAMFILES%         Directory containing program files, usually C:Program Files
%PROMPT%                  Code for current command prompt format. Code is usually $P$G
%SYSTEMDRIVE%          The drive containing the Windows XP root directory, usually C:
%SYSTEMROOT%          The Windows XP root directory, usually C:Windows
%TEMP% and %TMP%    C:DOCUME~1{username}LOCALS~1Temp
%USERNAME%              {username}
%USERPROFILE%           C:Documents and Settings{username}
%WINDIR%                   C:Windows
Of course some of these are used more in DOS mode or for batch/VBS scripts.
 
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Cool, I'm glad it's useful. I was getting tired of going through the folders to get the the Roaming folder...
 

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Originally Posted by nafljhy View Post
very true.. it does get annoying. i got fed up with the appdata folder so i got rid of it.

me thinks that wasn't the best idea
 

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Originally Posted by nafljhy View Post
very true.. it does get annoying. i got fed up with the appdata folder so i got rid of it.

LOL. I don't think that philosophy is the best, especially when it comes to computers.

"Vista wasn't working right so I just formatted the h/d"
 
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