The way that Awasu uses template files has changed in this release. Templates are used to generate pages that contain dynamic content:
Awasu used to give each user their own copy of these template files (so that they could modify them without affecting other users). The first time a user ran Awasu, copies of these template files were made from C:\Program Files\Awasu\Resources to C:\Program Files\Awasu\Users\YOUR-NAME.
However, doing things this way is a maintenance headache so Awasu no longer gives users their own copies of the template files and instead, everyone just uses the original ones in the main Resources directory.
The first time this version of Awasu is run, any channels pointing to a standard (i.e. one that was installed with Awasu) template file that live in one of the three directories listed above will be modified to point instead to the appropriate sub-directory under the main Resources directory (i.e. C:\Program Files\Awasu\Resources\...).
What you need to do for this release depends on whether you have modified any of your template files:
You don't need to do anything. Awasu will automatically upgrade your installation to handle the new setup.
If you have modified any of your standard template files and saved them under the same name, any channels using them will be modified to look under the main Resources directory instead. You might be tempted just to copy over your modified file into the Resources directory, which will work fine until you install the next release of Awasu and your file will be overwritten with the new release file!
The best way to address this is to leave your modified template file where it is but rename it. Then update the relevant channels to use the new file.
If you have created your own template files and saved them under a different name, Awasu will not modify any channels pointing to them. You don't need to do anthing and these files can be left where they are.
If you like to be tidy, you can delete the following directories: