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1. I don't know the meaning of IME12, IMJP8_1, IMJP9_0, IMJP12; possible relation with the Japanese language. These folders appear in ApplicationData, Microsoft at Local, Local Low, Roaming. I don't need these empty folders.
2, After deleting the next day these damned folders reappear. Do you know a method for definitive deleting ?
Operating system: Windows 8, Office 2010.
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If they are being recreated then they are being created by a program you are using, so either ignore them or find a different program that doesn't create them. There is really nothing you can, or should, do about them.
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