Deleting Temporary Files that causes computer lagging

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Hello and Good day IT experts!

Because of many hours of browsing internet, I have encountered too many temporary files in my computer, and it causes my computer's performance slowing down.

So experts, how can I delete these temporary files?

Is there any tool that can help me erase temporary files?

If not, where have these files stored?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you and good day!

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Best Answer by Jose D Dunn
Answered By 40 points N/A #177642

Deleting Temporary Files that causes computer lagging

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Hello there Spongebob18,

If you want to delete your temporary files more faster you need to use a software. CCleaner is the number one software when it comes to cleaning your PC.

It will clean your registry and even your temporary files for better processing speed of your PC.

You may download it at this site.

Hope it helps you.

Regards,

Ronald

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Answered By 10 points N/A #177641

Deleting Temporary Files that causes computer lagging

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Hi there,

Deleting temporary files just do the following:

For Windows XP:

1. Open My Computer.

2. On My Computer Toolbar click search.

3. Type *.tmp on the search textbox.

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4. Manually delete the files. 

Done!

For Windows 7 & 8:

1. Open File Explorer.

2. On the search textbox type *.tmp (Search TextBox is in the upper right corner).

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3. Manually delete the files. 

Done!

If temporary files are hidden you can go to Control panel > Folder Options > View Tab and select the show hidden files and do the instruction from 1 – 4.

Hope this helps you.

Thanks!

Answered By 0 points N/A #177643

Deleting Temporary Files that causes computer lagging

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Hi,

You can try this but before doing this if you want to use that there is no impact on your computer working speed then after deleting your temp files do not forget to reboot your machine so that changes applies to machine but not to registry first of all check that your hidden folder and filer are visible to you then with the help of (C:UsersRohitAppDataLocalTemp) address showed to you reach the destination and delete manually all files.

Note:- here Rohit is administrator that particular machine.

Hope this will solve out your solution.

Thanks.

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