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    I have 0.8 Gb of information sitting in my Windows TEMP file.
    It is mostly made up of .TMP and .DLL files which have not recently been accessed / modified.
    Is is possible to clear this folder (or at least part of it) to free some space on my 12 Gb disk?
    Although 800Mb isn't much space by todays standards it remains an appreciable amount on my system.

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    You can delete all files in the temp dir safely or (assuming you are using windows98)use the disk clean utitlity in Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools

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    pleased delete the temp files. There seems to be no risk involved in it. The files that the computer thinks are necessary wont be deleted even if you delete them.
    If you dont want to face this probelm again, please go to tools-internet options- general- temporary internet files- click settings and set the maximum ammount of disk space to be used for internet files. you can set it for 50 to 100 mb or any ammount you like. If your files exceed this ammount they will be automatically purged out.