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Graphicool1

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Hi Channel

The reason you haven't got any replies to your question is because you used quotes (") in the title line. I know it sounds silly, but it's a glitch in the programming of the PCA forum update. Perhaps eventually it will be resolved, but until then everyone should be aware...

DO NOT USE QUOTES (") IN THE TITLE LINE

Anyway that said...

I checked my 'Program Files' I haven't got 'Windowsempty'. From the reported contents of that file, I personally can see no reason why it can't be deleted. However, to be sure and your own peace of mind. My suggestion would be that you set a 'System restore Point' before deletion of that file. Then if push comes to shove and somethings is a miss afterwards, just restore your system.

PS ~ for what it's worth it sounds like a file for unused or temporary folders.

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