Most often arises the need to remove temporary files in Internet browsers, at least – temporary Windows files. In the first case this is done in order to clear the passwords or delete the browsing history. Second – in order to free space on the disk, if the hard drive is small in size, and the system reports no free space.
To delete temporary files that have accumulated over time viewing web pages, refer to the used browser:
1.Users of Internet Explorer should click in the top menu section "tools" , choose the menu item "Internet options" and in the window that opens, on the General tab, click "Delete" under "browsing History". Will be offered the options to delete temporary files, and noting you need, you can delete the temporary files.

2.Google Chrome users need to click in the upper right corner of the browser on the wrench icon and in the appeared menu choose "Settings". Clicking on the "Advanced" tab, click "Delete browsing data". Selecting the settings you want to cleanup, you can remove them.
If you use any other browser for surfing Internet, actions will be similar to that described above, with a slight difference in the names.
In order to remove Windows temporary files, you will need to click on the icon "My computer", go to the C drive in the folder "Windows" and open the "Temp" folder. This folder stores all the temporary files of the system. It should highlight all files and delete them. Temporary files will be deleted and the free space on the disk will be cleared.