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Haddock 05-20-2018 02:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by antonsvideo (Post 310131)
it is easy with a desktop or taskbar shortcut to Temp

to create: right click desktop, New, Shortcut, type %Temp% and click ok

I have done the shorcut from the user/....../local/temp and move it to the desktop.

The formula you give I did not know and I learn... but is this procedure not giving access to all "temp's" present on the C drive, I mean all temp folder we can find in the user but also in Windows... ?

If yes, a delete will affect all the folders... or only the files present in this folders... You see I am lost.

BernH 05-20-2018 02:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Haddock (Post 310132)
I have done the shorcut from the user/....../local/temp and move it to the desktop.

The formula you give I did not know and I learn... but is this procedure not giving access to all "temp's" present on the C drive, I mean all temp folder we can find in the user but also in Windows... ?

If yes, a delete will affect all the folders... or only the files present in this folders... You see I am lost.

The %tmp% shortcut opens the folder that Windows uses for temp files and most programs also use. If a program uses it's own temp folder instead of the windows, this will not show those files.

Haddock 05-22-2018 07:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BernH (Post 310134)
The %tmp% shortcut opens the folder that Windows uses for temp files and most programs also use. If a program uses it's own temp folder instead of the windows, this will not show those files.

Thanks Nern for the precizion....


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