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Colorfulstan posted a topic in Platform FeedbackEdit: latest update fixed the behaviour (only keeping the current + latest version of the app) Hey there, there is (imo) a big problem with the file-management of the overwolf Client regarding Apps / App-versions. If you take a look within %HOME%\AppData\Local\Overwolf\Extensions\ there are all installed overwolf-Apps located. Within the folders for every App (/ggfmakpbllghoepnmfelddbminamnbmfelbahfdp/ for example) there are folders for the corresponding APP-version. If a new version for an overwolf App is published, there will be a new Folder created with the files from the new version. But the old redundant version-folders are never removed thus creating a lot of unneccessary data-trash on the harddrive over time. There is also now indication for the user, that this is actually happening. If an App has 2MB in size and the user installed it 10 versions ago, there are already up to 20 MB unneeded data for a single app on his computer he won't get rid of until uninstalling overwolf (since uninstalling an App leaves all files for the app within the directory above, not even removing the latest version). And since every new version creates a copy of the App-files, those versions might only include a change within a single line of code creating like 99.9% unneccessary extra data. I didn't get a reaction for my last post on here, so let's see how it goes this time. Cheers