Delete Old iOS Monitoring Files on Windows

Learn how to remove old iOS monitoring files from your Windows computer using File Explorer in this article.

Bark automatically deletes old files to save you storage space, so you only need to follow these steps if directed to do so by the Bark Support team. If you need help or are unsure, please contact us.

Storage Location of iOS Monitoring Files

The default location will be in one of these two folders:

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

Delete Old iOS Monitoring Files

  1. Quit Bark.
    On the taskbar, select the ^ menu, click on Bark, and select Exit Bark. mceclip0.png
  2. Open File Explorer.
  3. Click on This PC on the left. 
  4. Double-click the (C:) drive that is usually called either OS (C:) or Windows (C:).
  5. Double-click Users.
  6. Double-click your PC username (for me, it'd be "Paola").
  7. Double-click AppData.
    AppData not shown? Here's how to view hidden files for Windows 11 or Windows 8-10.

  8. Double-click Roaming.
  9. Single-click the iMazing folder.
  10. Right-click the iMazing folder and select Delete.
  11. Right-click the Bark folder and select Delete.
  12. Double-click the Apple Computer folder.
  13. Double-click the MobileSync folder.
  14. Double-click the Backup folder.
  15. Is an iMazing.Versions folder present? If so, right-click on iMazing.Versions folder and select Delete. Otherwise, skip this step.
  16. Set up iOS monitoring again

Pro Tips

  • Don't do these steps more than once.
  • Remember to empty your recycle bin from time to time.