Program wants to install in appdata - safe?

So I was installing Clip Converter Desktop (a youtube download software - there is a web and desktop version) until it said it wanted to install in appdata. I don't really know what that folders for, but from experience most programs install in program files. So it makes me anxious to install it.

I did google it, but still don't really understand. I kind of got the idea that it lets programs have more privileges and bypass certain things... something like that? I could probably be way off mark.

Is this something to worry about - program wanting to install in appdata - or am I worrying for nothing?

Thank you for reading.
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  1. If you think Clip Converter Desktop is a trust worthy application, then let it do the installing for you. It really isn't something to worry about unless you know nothing about Clip Converter Desktop.
  2. Best answer
    It's just defaulting to install in the current user space. You can change it to wherever you want.
  3. Nothing wrong dear. I installed it. Every thing is fine

    Don't worry just let it install.

    Happy Hunting.
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