What is unclear about that question? Is it just because the user didn't list their files? It really shouldn't be necessary in this case!
Almost any Windows user (especially Windows 11) should be able to check that location for their profile and see 0-byte files (e.g. Paint's
pbrush.exe in Windows 11 or Edge's
MicrosoftEdge.exe in Windows 10). These are App Execution Aliases, which is a standard Windows feature and has been for some time. Did those that VTC'd really not have anything in that location, or did they just not check?
And again, it seems to me to be common courtesy to just ask for some additional information when VTC'ing if you don't understand it. I've been told by a user in comments (here on Meta) that they don't do this because some users then argue in the comments that the question is clear as it stands. Well ... YES!!!! It is. If someone else can correctly answer the question as-is, then (a) the question wasn't unclear, and (b) the additional information that you thought was needed, wasn't.
As a side-note, I'm really surprised that I didn't find a duplicate here, since it is so simple a question. But I didn't see a match when searching for "Execution Alias" on the site, at least. (Update): Ramhound points to What's the AppData/Local/Microsoft/WindowsApps folder for? as being a potential candidate, but unfortunately since it is closed as a duplicate itself with no answers, it can't be used as the dupe-target for this question. And the original really isn't a duplicate of this new question, since it isn't about Python, but is about 0-byte files and that directory.
I would consider this much more useful to the user who asked if we could point it to an actual duplicate that would answer their question, rather than the unhelpful "Needs details".