What is the AppData folder??
The AppData folder contains the settings, app-specific files and data on your PC. The folder is hidden by default in File Explorer and includes three hidden subfolders: Local field, LocalLow, Or e Roaming.
-» Roaming. This folder ( %appdata% ) contains data that can be moved with your user profile from one PC to another, as in a domain-dominated environment, because this data supports synchronization with a server. If you sign in to a different PC in a domain, For example,, Favorites or bookmarks in your web browser will be available.
-» Local field. This folder ( %localappdata% ) contains data that cannot be moved with your user profile. This data is usually specific to a PC or too large to synchronize with a server. Web browsers, For example,, typically store temporary files in this folder.
-» LocalLow, Or. This folder ( %appdata%/.../locallow ) contains data that cannot be moved, but it also offers a lower level of access. If you are running a web browser in secure or safe mode, For example,, the app will only be able to access data from the LocalLow folder.
-» It's the apps themselves choose whether to save to folders Local field, LocalLow, Or Or Roaming. Most desktop apps use the Roaming folder by default, most Windows Store apps use the Local folder by default.
We do not recommend moving, delete or edit files or folders within the AppData folder. This type of action could affect app execution performance or prevent apps from running at all.
(What is the AppData folder?? Information Taken from the Microsoft Official Site)
Applications Setup And Especially Portable.
C:\Users-PC User Name-AppData-Roaming
Where you read “PC User Name” Enter the username you use on your computer. ALBERCLAUS is the username used on my PC.
If the user name on your computer is Nico, For example,, then your path is as follows: C:\UsersNico\AppData-Roaming
To open the folder “Appdata“:
1) Click on the button Start at the bottom left of the Windows bar.
2) Type (or copy by entering your username) at “Search programs and files“: C:\Users-PC User Name-AppData-Roaming or copy and paste this: %appdata%
3) Click over the button “sending” from the keyboard.
4) Click with the mouse pointer over the folder Roaming that will appear at the top of the results list.
5) Open folder Roaming Copy “Saving” the portable program folder you use (or the setup program).