How To Delete Temporary Files In Windows 10

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Last Updated on July 16, 2021 by Larious


Your computer is not operating as fast as it should? Don’t worry, as in this case, the best solution is to delete Windows 10 temporary files, which are stored silently without your consent and end up being an unnecessary burden.

These files are stored by Windows 10 to perform specific functions, but with the passage of time, all they do is occupy space and limit our use of the PC. Hence, deleting them is an effective way to free internal storage of our computer or PC.

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Steps to Delete Temporary Files In Windows 10

Hence, now without wasting much time, let’s get started and simply explore the whole tutorial that we have mentioned below.

Step 1. To delete the temporary files, the first thing that you have to do is enter the Windows Settings menu. Once we are in the Windows Settings, the next step that you have to do is to click on System.

Step 2. On the left pane, click on the ‘Storage‘ option. Next, on the left pane, click on the ‘C’ drive.

Step 3. You will see various types of files that fill our hard drive, but those that occupy our space are the temporary files.

Step 4. This is where we will see the various temporary files that we have on our computers. Just click on the Temporary files and click on ‘Remove Files’

That’s it now you are done, as like this you can simply delete temporary files in Windows 10.

Another option to delete temporary files in Windows 10

If you are unable to delete temporary files from the Settings menu, you need to try this method. Here’s another best method to delete temporary files in Windows 10.

  • As if you prefer, there is another more direct option to carry out this process.
  • And to do this simply open the Windows File Explorer and accessing the C:WindowsTemp folder.
  • That’s it from here we can simply delete them manually in a more direct way.

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