I want to delete TMP files from System disk of Vista

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Hello friends,

My system disk is seems full and want to delete all TMP files from the system disk in order to get some free space. Please suggest me how to do that.

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Answered By 10 points N/A #101083

I want to delete TMP files from System disk of Vista

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Hey Lj Rivera!

If you want to delete all the temporary files from your system then you have to follow these steps.

1. Click on start button > All programs > Accessories > System Tools and then select Disk Cleanup.

2. A box will appear with your drives. Select the drive from which you want to remove TMP files.

3. Click on Ok button.

4. System will start scanning your drive. The time of the scanning will depend on the size of your drive.

5. Once scanning is complete, a new box will open that will show the TMP files on your drive.

6. Check all the boxes and click on OK button.

7. System will delete the temporary files from your hard disk.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #101084

I want to delete TMP files from System disk of Vista

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Hello Lj.

One quick way to clean out your temporary files is to do the following:

1.  Click Start -> Run or Press Windows Logo Key + r.

2.  The Run dialog will appear.

3.  Type in the following command:  %temp%

4.  Press Enter key or click on the OK button.

5.  A Windows Explorer window will open displaying several files.  These files are all the temporary files stored in the Temp folder.

You can now start deleting the files.  If you want to delete specific files, click on each file and press the Del key.  If you want to delete all files then just select all files by pressing Ctrl-A and pressing Del.  If you want to bypass the Recycle Bin, press Shift-Del.

Hope this helps!

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