In order to delete your temporary files, you can use the Command Prompt. Here we have provided all the steps that you need to follow in order to complete the task.
- Go to the Command Prompt
First of all, you need to go to the Command Prompt in order to begin the task.
- The first command
The first command you need to write is:
- rd /s /q %temp%
After writing this command, you need to press “Enter” and move to the next command.
- The second command
The second command that you need to write is:
- mkdir %temp%
After writing the second command, you need to press the “Enter” key again.
- The third command
The third command for the task is:
- rd /s /q c:\windows\temp\
Just like the previous steps, you need to press “Enter” here as well.
- The fourth command
The fourth and the final command is:
- mkdir c:\windows\temp\
Write this command and press “Enter” to complete the task.
As you follow the steps carefully, the temporary files will get deleted. However, if you find any trouble during the process, you can call our remote support. Call us on our toll-free number in order to get the immediate support.