by those cleanup operations will leave the most recent. Yes, they are safe to delete manually.
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Using the Explorer Tools/Options to Delete Files does not delete the thousands of these temp files. Neither does Disk Cleanup seem to identify them as temps or just does not find them.
There are some other temp files that are not deleted in those processes but they are tiny in number compared to the Internet log temp files. Each of the logs is 2033kb.
Twofold question, the first is it safe to delete these manually. The second is why aren't these deleted in the other processes?
Information will be appreciated-thank you