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Temp files on XP in Windows Explorer

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Have heard one should delete temp files regularly. Always did so on 98 but not sure re XP - all the files look so 'important' and needed. Do not want to mess up something here. :tazz:
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Hello! You can and *should* delete your temp. files regularly. Have you ever used the CleanUp! program? It is a safe and easy way to clear out your temp files, etc. Here is my "canned" speech for using it, if you'd like to give it a try. :tazz:

Please download CleanUp! and run it to remove any leftover remnants of infection. Click the CleanUp button, and let it scan and select any files it needs to remove. Once it is done, exit the program.
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