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Delete Temp Files to Speed up Computer

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You may have heard lots of people talking about that one important way to speed up computer is to delete temp files, and you probably want to know what temp files are, how those files have anything to do with the performance of computer, and is there any way to thoroughly clear them out. This article will give you detailed information about temp files.

 

What Are Temp Files?

Temp files, full name temporary files, are files that created by all kinds of programs, operating systems, and IE browsers for backup purpose. So that if the operating system gets crashed or frozen, or the computer suddenly shuts down, you can easily find a way back to where you were before the incidents.

 

They usually have filenames that end with the extension .TMP or .CHK, and they are scattered all over the computer so that it is hardly to tell where the temp files from a specific program are.

 

Why Need Delete Them Regularly?

Temp files are very helpful when you need to restore your previous activity, but since those files normally cannot get cleared automatically, the temp file folder will become larger and larger, and take up more and more precious hard disk space. As a result, you may find your computer running more and more slowly.

 

Therefore, if you want to keep your computer running at a high speed, and still enjoy the convenience brought by temp files, you should delete temporary files at a regular basis.



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How to Delete Temp Files?

There is a manual way to delete temp files—search the whole computer for files end with .TMP or .CHK, and delete the files you do not want. Below are detailed instructions:


1. Click Start, Find, and click Files or Folders. Note: In this dialog box, make sure where it says "look in", that it is looking at your C: drive (or, if you have multiple hard drives or partitions, be sure "All Local Drives" is selected) and be sure there is a check in the box next to where it says "include subfolders".)
2. In the named box type *.tmp ,*.chk,~*.* to search for temp files and click Find.
3. After the search, delete those files you do not need.

However, deleting temp files in this way may take you much time to figure out which one is what you really do not need, and it is very likely to make mistakes and delete those you still need.

 

Easy Way to Delete those Files More Quickly and Precisely

If you want an easier way to delete temp files more quickly and precisely, a handy tool would be of great help.

 

Registry Winner is an award-winning computer optimizer which can instantly locate the temp files and help you easily distinguish the unwanted files and delete temporary internet files.

 

After a quick scan, Registry Winner will list all the temp files it find out and put them into different groups for better review—temp files from internet browsers, from operating system, from multi-media player and other programs. And with one click, you can instantly delete temp files.

 

You can download it right now to delete temp files and speed up your computer.