Deleting Compressed Files isn't always wise, unless you are sure that the system no longer needs them.
When I run Disk Clean in Windows XP, the result tells me that I have about 770 MB in Compress Old Files. I try to remove these, but without luck. I re-run Disk Clean and the files are still there. Also, the size of the file is growing and my machine is steadily getting slower. How do I eliminate these unnecessary files? Many thanks.