Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143
Encrypting temp doesn't make it more secure. Encryption also slows down the process.
Could you tell us why you want to encrypt?
I found this "best practice" on Microsoft support site. I don't know whether it applies to Windows 7 or only older OS's:
"Encrypt the Temp folder (%TEMP
%) to ensure that the temporary files that are created by various applications are encrypted." How to use Encrypting File System (EFS) with Internet Information Services
My aim to keep out both physical people and internet intruders. Is the fact that decryption is always possible when you are logged on make it impossible to keep out people from the internet?