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win10 cache directory
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* Location of Win10 freda cache or data directory?
* Can this location be changed? and how?


btw love your app  Cool
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Freda keeps its data in the standard folder structure that all Microsoft Store apps have to follow. If your username is NAME then Freda's data will be in a folder with a name like C:\Users\NAME\AppData\Local\Packages\5957Turnipsoft.freda_ypmq2qh89vmny\LocalState

The subfolder called 'bookcache' holds all the book files that Freda has downloaded.
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(01-10-2021, 08:40 PM)jim_chapman Wrote: Freda keeps its data in the standard folder structure that all Microsoft Store apps have to follow.  If your username is NAME then Freda's data will be in a folder with a name like C:\Users\NAME\AppData\Local\Packages\5957Turnipsoft.freda_ypmq2qh89vmny\LocalState

The subfolder called 'bookcache' holds all the book files that Freda has downloaded.

Is there a way to translate the long indecipherable file names in this folder to readable ebook names?
Thank you
Cliff 
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(09-30-2021, 02:28 PM)Cliff Wrote:
(01-10-2021, 08:40 PM)jim_chapman Wrote: Freda keeps its data in the standard folder structure that all Microsoft Store apps have to follow.  If your username is NAME then Freda's data will be in a folder with a name like C:\Users\NAME\AppData\Local\Packages\5957Turnipsoft.freda_ypmq2qh89vmny\LocalState

The subfolder called 'bookcache' holds all the book files that Freda has downloaded.

Is there a way to translate the long indecipherable file names in this folder to readable ebook names?
Thank you
Cliff 

No.  The lookup from those UUID codes into book names is maintained in Freda's internal data store.  If you want to obtain copies all of Freda's book files, with readable book names, you should use the app's 'backup' function to do that.
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(09-30-2021, 05:26 PM)jim_chapman Wrote:
(09-30-2021, 02:28 PM)Cliff Wrote:
(01-10-2021, 08:40 PM)jim_chapman Wrote: Freda keeps its data in the standard folder structure that all Microsoft Store apps have to follow.  If your username is NAME then Freda's data will be in a folder with a name like C:\Users\NAME\AppData\Local\Packages\5957Turnipsoft.freda_ypmq2qh89vmny\LocalState

The subfolder called 'bookcache' holds all the book files that Freda has downloaded.

Is there a way to translate the long indecipherable file names in this folder to readable ebook names?
Thank you
Cliff 

No.  The lookup from those UUID codes into book names is maintained in Freda's internal data store.  If you want to obtain copies all of Freda's book files, with readable book names, you should use the app's 'backup' function to do that.
Bummer... not the answer I was hoping for, but thank you for responding.
Cliff
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