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Hello friends, have your hard drive run out of storage? You can save some storage by deleting temporary files. In today's article, I will discuss how to delete temporary files in Windows 10.
Friends, usually when we use an application, our operating system creates a temporary file of that application on our hard disk. So that the application can run smoothly.
When we have finished working on this application, we exit it. The temporary file created for this app is also automatically deleted.
But if that application crashes, then the temporary file created by that apps is saved on our hard disk.
Windows 10 also contains many other types of temporary files such as upgrade log, error report browser data, application data, DirectX shader cache, and many more.
Usually, these temporary files do not create any issues on your computer, they make it easier for you to use any application.
If you do not delete the temp files in time, it becomes outdated. Which slows down your system or reduces your storage space.
So you should delete the temporary files regularly. Friends, there are many ways to delete temporary files in Windows 10, such as you can delete temporary files using Settings App, Disk cleanup tool, command prompt, and using File Explorer, etc.
So friends, in today's guide I will discuss all these methods. You can delete temporary files from your system by using the method that you find easier. So let’s start.
You can remove your temporary files automatically by using storage sense. Just you need to configure it. Follow the below steps.
Friends below are some questions related to how to delete temporary files in Windows 10. Many people search for the answer to all these questions. So I added them to this article for my readers.
Friend’s temporary files are usually created by a program. When you use an application, they create temporary files for their temporary use.
This means you can delete temporary files that are not being used by any application. Moreover, Windows does not allow you to delete any open files. This means it is safe to delete.
If you do not delete temporary files such as Internet history, cookies, cache files, thumbnails, Windows error reports, etc, then they take up a lot of space on your hard disk.
This means that deleting temporary files frees up a lot of space on your hard disk. Which also helps to increase the speed of your computer.
So friends, now you can easily delete temporary files from your computer. If you have no time or forget to delete temporary files then you can use storage sense features.
By using storage sense you can schedule to delete temporary files automatically. Either you can use the other methods.
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