How to Automatically Delete Temporary Files in Windows 7/8/10

Do you need to delete some temporary files in Windows? Those stored in the temp folder are not needed and can be deleted. This is how to do it. Follow this post to delete all the temporary files and folders you have selected without difficulty.

Temp Files Are Taking Too Much Space! How to Auto-Delete Them
Windows always have temp files and other junk that's just taking up space on your hard drive. We've covered several ways to clean up the junk by using Disk Cleanup to using a third-party utility like CCleaner. Most of the methods in that article end up cleaning out the Temp folder, but you might want to keep that folder as clean as possible. 

This article shows you how to automatically delete temporary files no matter they are from APPs, recycle bin or download folder, just follow these details below and you will be able to delete temporary files automatically.

Method 1. Create a Batch File to Automatically Clean Temp Folder
No matter you are using Windows 7 or Windows 10, you are able to auto delete temp files by creating a batch file. A lot of space can end up being saved on your hard drive by clearing out the Temp file. And if you shut down your PC every night, you can safely delete the temp files from the previous day during boot.

1. Open Notepad and type in the following:

rd %temp% /s /q

md %temp%

2. Now, save the file exactly as the path below:

%appdata%microsoftwindowsstart menuprogramsstartupcleantemp.bat

That will create your batch file and save it inside the Startup folder.

After creating the batch file, you can reboot your PC and opened the Temp folder, you can see there are far fewer files than before.

Method 2. Automatically Delete Temp Files in Windows 10
With Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709), Microsoft introduced a new option in Storage sense to automatically delete files from the Downloads folder or delete temp files that are not using. The option, when turned on (turned off by default), automatically deletes unchanged files and temp files from the Downloads folder or Recycle Bin after 30 days.

Step 1. Open Settings app. Navigate to System > Storage.

Step 2. In the Storage sense section, turn on the Storage sense feature by moving the slider to on position.

Step 3. Click Change how we free up space link. Once again, make sure that you have turned on Storage sense feature as mentioned in the first step.

Step 4. Turn on Delete temporary files that my apps aren't using option.

Then your Windows 10 will be able to delete temp files or other files automatically.
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