LocalAppData

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LocalAppData environment variable refers to location of temporary files of applications. Its uses include storing of desktop themes, Windows error reporting, caching and profiles of web browsers. The variable was introduced in Windows Vista. [1]

echo %LocalAppData%
C:\Users\{username}\AppData\Local

Default value

The default value of LocalAppData environment variable is C:\Users\{username}\AppData\Local.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Wikipedia

See also

AllUsersProfile | AppData | CD | ClientName | CmdCmdLine | CmdExtVersion | CommonProgramFiles | ComputerName | ComSpec | Date | ErrorLevel | HomeDrive | HomePath | LocalAppData | LogonServer | Number Of Processors | OS | Path | PathExt | Processor Architecture | Processor Identifier | Processor Level | Processor Revision | ProgramFiles | Prompt | Random | SessionName | SystemDrive | SystemRoot | Temp | Time | Tmp | UserDnsDomain | UserDomain | UserName | UserProfile | WinDir


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