Posted 14 April 2008 - 12:00 AM
After installing Windows XP Pro on my new cpu, and the installing some updates and other software, I notice a lot of new directories on my E: partition. Windows is on C:, the programs that give me a choice of where to install, I install on D:, but I haven't used E: or given Windows permission that I know of. Anyway, the directories are named like this:
4ed54e9de9875aed8d7d6fed6x and so on. They look like checksum numbers, or md5sum numbers. Some of them have files in them and an update.exe.
If my tmp and temp variables were not set to E:\, why would Windows use that partition? Can I delete all of these folders and files? Thanks.