What is COM Trolltech?
Trolltech is an international software company with headquarters in Oslo, Norway, and with offices in Brisbane, Australia and Redwood City, California. Our flagship product is Qt, the cross-platform C++ GUI toolkit.
Where are com Apple files stored?
When you add your Desktop and Documents to iCloud Drive, all of your files move to iCloud. On your Mac, you can find the files on your Desktop and in your Documents folder in Finder under iCloud. If you add a second Mac Desktop, you’ll find those files in the Desktop folder in iCloud Drive.
What are COM Apple files?
An “apple.com” format is used for an internet address. The “com. apple” format is used in OS X for a great many of the preference files (“. plist” files) used by OS X.
What is Trolltech in my registry?
Trolltech keeps showing up in your registry because it is a platform used by many, many software company’s when they develop their program so it will work “Cross-Platform” (which means it will work on mac, pc, linux, unix etc type of computers) without making a new program for each type of computer.
What are the iOS files on my Mac?
What are iOS Files on Mac? You’ll see iOS Files on your Mac if you’ve ever backed up an iOS device to your computer. They contain all your precious data (contacts, photos, app data, and more), so you should be careful about what you do with them.
Can I delete com Apple bird?
You can delete it if you wish. Please back up all data, then open the iCloud pane in System Preferences. If the box marked iCloud Drive is checked, uncheck it and confirm. Your iCloud documents should be preserved on Apple’s servers.
Where is com Apple Finder plist?
The plist files are inside your Library and that’s a location not searched by Spotlight, by default. If the Finder has ever run on your Mac it will be there.
What is Wow6432Node registry key?
The Wow6432Node registry entry indicates that you are running a 64-bit Windows version. The operating system uses this key to display a separate view of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE for 32-bit applications that run on 64-bit Windows versions.
Should I delete my iOS files on Mac?
Yes. You may safely delete these files listed in iOS Installers as they are the last version of iOS you installed on your iDevice(s). They’re used to restore your iDevice without needing a download if there has been no new update to iOS.
Why are my iOS files so big?
If you see a big chunk labeled as iOS Files, then you’ve got some backups you can move or delete. Click the Manage button and then click iOS Files in the left panel to view the local iOS backup files you have stored on your Mac.