Safe to remove Cubase 11_64 folder after upgrading to C12?

I won’t be keeping 2 versions of Cubase on my Win 11 PC.
Is it safe to remove C:\Users…\AppData\Roaming\Steinberg\Cubase 11_64 after upgrading?
Anything in this folder I would need to keep or copy over?

Yes. Actually if you’re not running C11, it’s good practice to do that to avoid the newer version picking up the older version’s prefs upon resetting preferences.

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Don’t delete it, just rename it until you know you can rely on Cubase 12 and you’re sure all old presets, key commands, color schemes etc are transferred correctly as you want. Then you can delete it. If you haven’t saved much when it comes to presets, you can do as Steve says.

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