Deleting files doesn't do anything regarding temperature, so that's useless indeed.
In your case it can be 2 things, and you or your tech are the only one that can find out the cause and fix it:
1. Unneeded or unwanted background programs running.
2. Hardware issues causing bad cooling (broken fan, dust, old heat paste),
Hello everyone, my Toshiba Satellite A100 computer has a problem recently. The heat dissipation is particularly bad. After using the computer for a while, it is particularly hot. I always clean the computer trash, but it seems to be useless. Is there any good solution?