Safe to delete 'Temp' files in D: drive?

  phil2816 11:47 30 Aug 2006
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Hey...is it safe for a cleanup program to delete all files stored in my D/temp folder? Thanks

  phil2816 11:52 30 Aug 2006

This is what it plans to delete...as well as a bunch of temporary internet files!is that ok


C:\temp\IadHide3.dll - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx7970.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx4F74.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx4F95.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx2834.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx2845.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx7861.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx786B.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx58BB.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx58EB.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx8139.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx8158.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx5DEF.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx5E0F.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPxDF95.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPxDFB3.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPxD81F.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPxD84D.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPxDB76.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPxDB9F.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx372B.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx374A.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPxD021.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPxD040.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx18DB.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx18F2.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx098D.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx09A2.tmp - deleted
D:\temp\CEPx793A.tmp - deleted
Emptied Recycle Bin on drive C:
'Run MRU' list - removed from the registry.
'Doc Find Spec MRU' list - removed from the registry.
'FindComputerMRU' list - removed from the registry.
'ComputerNameMRU' list - removed from the registry.
'ContainingTextMRU' list - removed from the registry.
'FilesNamedMRU' list - removed from the registry.
Search Assistant MRU list - removed from the registry.
Explorer Open/Save MRU list - removed from the registry.
Explorer Last Visited MRU list - removed from the registry.
Paint Recent File List - removed from the registry.
WordPad Recent File List - removed from the registry.
Telnet's MRU list - removed from the registry.
Windows Media Player Recent File List - removed from the registry.
WinZip Extract MRU list - removed from the registry.
WinZip File MRU list - removed from the registry.

  Diemmess 11:52 30 Aug 2006

Probably, but why not check what is there first.
If you are happy that some program has put them there for temporary purposes only then it is quite safe to make it a routine clear up.

Some cleanup programs will delete things irrevocably, a safer way would be for the first time to delete them manually, because if they are needed they will still be in the recycle bin unless you have cleaned that too!

  Diemmess 11:54 30 Aug 2006

Crossed posts, but your list looks binable

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