_MEI folder created at windows start1 Recommended Answer
I just found out that on windows the google drive tool creates a '_MEIxxxxx' folder on every startup of windows. The xxxxx is a number that differs at every startup. On my PC (with windows 7) this folder is created on 'C:\' and has a size of about 35MB. SO with every start of windows google drive occopies 35 additional MB. It looks as the content of the folder is mainly Pyhton-files.
Is there a way to prevent google drive from creating an additional folder with every start of windows?
I pretty sure it is Google Drive because all folder could be deleted except one current folder that Google Drive was using. When I closed Google Drive, I could delete the folder. So, Google Drive - it's you for sure.
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