A couple of months ago I went through my (Windows 7) PC and removed all versions (incl. all browser add-ins, etc.) of Adobe Flash from the system. After following the available uninstallation processes I manually deleted any "Adobe" and "Macromedia" folders.
I do not have any other Adobe products such as Acrobat or Illustrator installed on this machine.
Today I noticed that launching IE 11 causes an "Adobe" folder (with a subfolder structure "Flash Player\NativeCache") created in "C:\Users[my username]\AppData\Roaming\".
The folder (and it's subfolders) are created empty, which is maybe as expected if it is some kind of a caching folder.
I am assuming that it is added by some process related to IE because, if I delete the Adobe folder, it is not added back until when I launch IE. As far as my IE add-ons are concerned, they are all as shown in below image; no add-ons from Adobe are installed.
How can I determine what process keeps recreating this Adobe folder?