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Cleanup: IntelliTrace Log ( .iTrace ) files and Visual Studio 2010 SP 1

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/09/08

While cleaning up my system, I found a while bunch of .iTrace files in “C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft Visual Studio\10.0\TraceDebugging” on a Windows XP system at a client that yet has to upgrade to newer Windows versions that store them under “C:\Users\All Users\Microsoft Visual Studio\10.0\TraceDebugging”.

Contrary to what IntelliTrace iTrace files and IntelliTrace Log ( .iTrace ) files and Visual Studio 2010 SP 1– Some Hidden Stuff « Abhijit’s World of .NET explains, these files are not always automatically removed.

And they are big, since Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate will automatically generate them.

So it is important to once in a while cleanup the “C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft Visual Studio\10.0\TraceDebugging” directory manually.

–jeroen

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