Finding user data in FL Studio can be a bit of a hassle if you don’t know where to look for them.
In this guide, I’ll show you how to find the FL Studio user data folder.
After reading this, you’ll be able to find it with just a few clicks.
Opening the User Data Folder from the Menu Bar
First, open the FL Studio software on your computer.
Then navigate to the Menu Bar (on the top left corner) and click on the “Options” tab (as shown in the image below).
On clicking “Options,” a drop-down menu will appear. Browse it and click “File Settings.” as shown below.
On clicking “File Settings,” another pop-up menu should appear.
On that pop-up menu, you’ll find an option saying “User Data Folder,” as shown in the screenshot below.
The user data file location will be shown under that (the file location is highlighted in the screenshot above).
And that’s it!
You have just learned how to find the User Data folder of FL Studio in just a few clicks.
You can now click the folder icon next to the folder location or copy-paste the location onto the file explorer on your computer, and it’ll open up the folder.
You can also open the folder directly from FL Studio, that’s explained below.
Opening the User Data Folder from the Browser Section
First, open FL Studio on your computer and go to the browser section. You will find a User data folder in the browser’s lower-left corner.
Right-clicking on the user data folder will open up some options. Once this is done, the Windows shell menu option should be selected (as shown below).
After completing that step, you will notice more options. Select the Open function to open the user data folder in the file explorer (as shown below).
Tada! The user data folder opened inside the file explorer.
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