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What is UpdatusUser in C:\Users folder

What is UpdatusUser in C:\Users folder
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I have just discovered that a new folder has been created in my C:\Users folder, named UpdatusUser. The subfolders of that new folder do not appear to contain anything that is not in my C:\Users\Roy folder.The folder was created 2 days ago.
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