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Windows 7: Can I delete doctemp file on C drive?


15 Feb 2011   #1

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Can I delete doctemp file on C drive?

My C drive is almost full and I'm getting rid of miscellaneous things. I found a 48 mg folder called "doctemp" on C. What is it and can I delete it without harming the function of Windows 7? Thanks in advance for advice!


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15 Feb 2011   #2

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by IndiaCate View Post
My C drive is almost full and I'm getting rid of miscellaneous things. I found a 48 mg folder called "doctemp" on C. What is it and can I delete it without harming the function of Windows 7? Thanks in advance for advice!
Depends but 48 Mg (megabyte) isnt much. how big is the drive?
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