|If an app saves logs or patches then those would be saved in the folder the game created when installed. Try double clicking My Computer. then double click C:> D click program files and find the entry for whatever app you want. Double click on that entry and search for the folder you want. |
For instance I have a dial up modem with fax and answering capabilities. The faxes and in and out going message for the answering machine ard stored in that folder.
Sometimes it isn't real easy to determine which folder or file is the one you want.
When you use the proper procedure for removing unwanted programs it usually will ask you if you want to remove related files/folders. If it doesn't it shouldn't be a big deal.
If you know the file extension for any files you want to remove you can search for all files with that file extension.
Go to Start> search>for files or folders> all files and folders.
Here is an example of how to find all files with a doc extension. *.doc then hit enter.
Windows will no doubt find many hits. All should show using the entire path. If they don't, post back for help on how to display the full path.