• anonymous
Computers store temporary Internet files in the Recycle Bin. These files take up space and slow down a computer. Which tool can be used to remove these unwanted files
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  • e.mccormick
The question is a bit off, as rahul points out, but the main thing is the name of the tool. So, what tool have you learned about for doing cleanup on disks?
  • taylorclaudio
depends on the files that are being removed and the standard formats for them as well as the the kind of pc you are using.
  • e.mccormick
@taylorclaudio The kind of PC has little to do with it. Just kind of OS, which is what the term "recycle bin" limits and actually makes the question clear even though the rest of the working is odd... because they are not stored in the "recycle bin" but rather the Temprorary Internet Files director if it is for the default web browser. Now other browsers use other locations... but the question does not seem to address that either.

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