One of the main temporary storage file is the operating system clipboard, which files or folders are stored after the command "copy" or "cut."If you forget or do not have time to select the final movement of data for copying or reboot the system data in the clipboard will be replaced by others or removed.The same applies, for example, a text copied from any text document.Therefore, after you copy the information directly to select the desired folder for further storage and choose "paste."
When downloading files from the Internet is not always stored in the folder "Downloads" or in another easily accessible directory.If clicking on the download link, you will cho
ose the browser function "Open File", it will start as soon as the download is complete.But after closing to locate the file to be problematic because this command saves the data to a temporary folder on your hard drive, which is located on the system partition and can even be hidden.Find out where it is located, it can be in the properties of the browser or use the search system.After restarting the computer or browser, this folder is cleared if the corresponding option is activated.So if you want to use the file after the download, select "Save file as ...".
Periodically, the system will create temporary files - reports on various system errors and operation, sliding version of the files uploaded to the web page to facilitate their re-opening, etc.To access these files, open the folder Temp, which is located in the root directory of the hard disk or folder in Windows.All temporary files have the extension * .tmp.This also often stored previous versions of text documents, which often have to restore in the event of any problems.