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I am desperately trying to free up some space on my pc and have come across a folder with a lot of memory taken up called "CrashReporter"
Do I need this folder coz its taking up a lot of memory so does anyone know if i can delete it or not?
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What is the path?

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What is the path?
computer/local disk (C/users/USERNAME/appdata/roaming/apple computer/logs/crashreporter/mobiledevice/YOURIPOD/
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computer/local disk (C/users/USERNAME/appdata/roaming/apple computer/logs/crashreporter/mobiledevice/YOURIPOD/
I wouldn't delete the folder, but you should be able to nuke its contents.

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I wouldn't delete the folder, but you should be able to nuke its contents.
what do u mean by "nuke its contents"?
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what do u mean by "nuke its contents"?
Delete whatever is in the folder.

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