A few questions for someone with a clue (which is definitely not me): 1.) Is there a "proper" way to delete Temp files like there is to delete temporary internet files. My Temp folder was up to like 300 megs and my hard disk was full. I literally just went into windows explorer, changed the temp file to unhide it and then started deleting files manually sending them to the recycle bin. Occasionally I would get messages like "unable to delete file sharing violation etc. Are there problems with this method? 2.) I have deleted my temporary internet files using the "Tools/internet options" command in a IE5 browser window, yet this folder still shows over 150 megs of files/data in it when I check it in explorer. However when I look at it, the only files that appear to be in it are cookies which take up almost no space at all?! What is up with that? Generally, my issue is I simply need some hard disk space so that was my motivation for trying to clean up my drive. Thanks for any insights.