Seamlessly clean the temporary files from Windows patches and browser updates that take space on your hard drive using this program
Even though it is safe to delete temporary files from your computer, sometimes Windows does not let because they are either open or are being used by other applications. Rebooting is usually one way to tackle this annoying issue, but that does not always work.
KpTemp is a tiny utility designed to help you delete all the temporary data that takes up space on your hard drive and, sometimes, slows down the performance of your computer.
Allows you to remove old Windows version from the drives
The program is portable, so you can start using it as soon as you download it to your computer. The interface consists of a rather rugged, but user-friendly interface that displays the main function, namely to clean the temporary files. If you want to get more space, then you can also include the ‘Windows.old’ the directory that is likely to occupy a lot of your drive.
According to the developer, the tool cleans junk from all users of the system and focuses on the files related to the Windows updates as well as Java, Flash Player and numerous browsers, including but not limited to Chrome, Opera, Yandex, Vivaldi, Pale Moon, SeaMonkey, and Firefox.
Generally speaking, the entire operation can take up to several minutes, depending on the last time you cleaned the drives. Once completed, the app reboots the system to ensure that the persistent files are deleted as well.
A handy and straightforward tool for cleaning temporary files
In the eventuality that you never touched the Temp file and are performing maintenance and cleaning on your drives rather rarely, then there is a good chance that you have gigabytes of files that take up space on your PC.
KpTemp is a tool that provides a simple way to clean all these junk files, so you gain more space, improve the overall performance of your system or perhaps, manage to install a patch, update or application that couldn’t be installed before.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used KpTemp and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂