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Microsoft Windows divides temporary data into two categories: Temporary Files and Temporary Internet Files. The "Temp" folder on the C drive contains new or modified files that an application is working with or have not been formally saved to the drive. Temporary Internet Files, on the other hand, are copies of websites you visit in Internet Explorer. IE automatically overwrites this data if it detects changes to a page, but Windows won't erase the data from the "Temp" folder unless Task Scheduler is set up to run Disk Cleanup at a scheduled interval. To keep your temporary files for recovery