Delete Old Backups (Windows)

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Easy Method: Deleting old backup files through the Bark Desktop App

For steps on deleting old backups trough the Bark Desktop App itself, reference this article instead.

 

Advanced Method: Deleting old backup files through File Explorer

In this article, we'll discuss how to remove old Bark backup files using a method that is a bit more involved. 

In order to delete old backups from your Windows PC using this method, you will need to delete the backups manually from the folder they're saved to.

If you used the default backup location, the backups will be located here:

C:\Users\<your username>\AppData\Roaming\iMazing

Example:

C:\Users\Paola\AppData\Roaming\iMazing

 

STEP 1: Open your File Explorer and navigate to the backup location.
If you never adjusted your backup location, you can copy and paste the default backup location from above into the directory bar (seen below) and then press Enter.

If you had adjusted your backup location previously, manually type in the file folder your backups are located in into the directory bar (seen below) and then press Enter.

 

Confused? No worries, there's an easier method!
Navigate to the folder manually by following these steps:

  • Click on This PC on the left-hand column.
  • Double-click the (C:) drive that is usually called either OS (C:) or Windows (C:).
 
  • Double-click on Users.
 
  • Double-click on your PC username (for me, it'd be "Paola").
 
 
  • Double-click on Roaming.
 
  • Single-click the iMazing folder.
 

STEP 2: Delete the whole iMazing folder.
To do so, right-click on the iMazing folder and select Delete

 

STEP 3: Delete the whole Bark folder.
To do so, right-click on the Bark folder and select Delete

 

STEP 4: Double-click on the Apple Computer folder.

  • Double-click on the MobileSync folder.
  • Double-click on the Backup folder.
  • Is an iMazing.Versions folder present?
    If so, right-click on the iMazing.Versions folder and select Delete. Otherwise, ignore this step.

All set! This will clear your hard drive of the memory of those old backups.

 

NOTE: to truly free up the space on your hard drive, you will need to empty your Recycle Bin as well. You can find the Recycle Bin on your desktop.

 

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