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Luke1988

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Hey...i hope i am posting in the right forum with this question!! I was cleaning my computer and came accross the folder Content.IE5. inside this folder there are a number of subfolders with strange names such as '2NC5P1A2'. i was wondering weather i could delete the content of these subfolders and/or the folders them selves.

any help would be appreciated!

thanks luke :tazz:
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Hi. I would just rely on Cleanup. http://www.geekstogo...=download&id=49

I use it. It does an excellent job of cleaning out the trash. It even has sound effects...the big flush!
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:tazz: Thanks for your help
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those folders are some other's users of ure computer temporary internet files (located in "<drive>:\Documents and Settings\<user>\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files"). U can safetly erase all under that "<drive>:\Documents and Settings\<user>\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files" folder.
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