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Question Office installation in C creates an "IDE" folder in D?

I have all the programs installed in C: (including Office), but I have seen that in my partition D: there is also a folder with this name: D:\IDE\Common7\IDE\es , containing files of this type: microsoft.visualstudio.vspconnectioninfo.resources .dll

I am not 100% sure but I think it was created when I installed MS-Office. Is it normal?



I want to use D only for documents and backup the whole unit periodically, so I do not like to have installation or program files there. Can I remove that folder? Is it possible to install Office so that this folder is created in C?

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