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I installed Pro Tools 11, but I can’t find it in the Avid folder on a Mac.

If you’ve co-installed Pro Tools 11 and 10.3.6 on the same Mac, you may notice that you only have Pro Tools 10.3.6 in the Avid folder in Applications. This is because the same Application can’t exist within the same folder, so Pro Tools 11 gets installed directly to your Applications folder rather than the Avid folder.