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Rojo

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[Snow] Removed Files.bundle?

Upon boot up there's a single 47MB icon-less file in Trash calling itself "Removed Files.bundle."

I've no idea what it is or how it got there. Anyone know what this might be?
Thanks.

OSX 10.6.8

Rojo

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New York, NY
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It's up to 67MB and growing. Turns out it's not a file but a folder. I've got it on the desktop now.. it appears to be keeping a record of all my activity.

Daemon
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Are you running any of those system optimizer or cleaner tools? All of those files look like cache files, which those tools love to remove.
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The Dv8or
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I tried Googling it. Guess what the first item on the list was? =P
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TamaraB
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said by Rojo:

.... Anyone know what this might be?
Thanks.

I often see a Removed Files.bundle folder in my trash after an app gets updated. I have assumed it's the bundle of old files replaced by the new version of the app. I never looked in the folder like you did though, next time I will.

Bob