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C:\Windows\Temp keeps filling up with cab files

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Updated November 8, 2016


My Additional Poller keeps filling up with cab files in the location: C:\Windows\Temp.


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The CAB-xxxx files that you see in the C:\Windows\Temp\ folder are some temporary files created by different Windows operations, like installing Updates. You can safely delete these files off from that folder. Alternatively, you can also run a Disc Cleanup to delete the temporary files from your computer.


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15:44, 7 Nov 2016