Temporary files are kept on the device by the Windows 11 operating system as well as by applications. While they may serve a brief purpose, these files are not required for the device to operate normally. They don’t typically create any problems at all most of the time.
Because of the amount of storage space that is consumed by these documents, it is possible that you will be unable to update to a more recent version of the operating system if your laptop or desktop computer is nearing its storage capacity limit.
Here’s how to delete temporary files off of your operating system:
Go to System under the Settings App. Once you’re there, click on Storage. When you see “temporary files”, you can click on that option and remove what is unnecessary.
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