While working, many computer programs and also Windows itself create many temporary files. These files are not harmful, but they tend to accumulate and take up a lot of disk space. Also, when your disk space is low, Windows will work slower than usual.
The Windows Temporary Files wizard searches for the temporary files, and then lets you select which temporary files you wish to delete.
Click "Next" in the Windows Temporary Files wizard to proceed.
Select the files you want to delete and click "Next". Press "Yes" to confirm the removal.
That's it! You are done.