One of the main temporary storage files is the clipboard of the operating system where files or folders are kept after the command "copy" or "cut". If you forget or don't manage to choose the destination of the move data, in the subsequent copying or the system is rebooted the data in the clipboard will be replaced by others or removed. The same applies, for example, text copied from any text document. Therefore, after copying the information once, select the desired folder for further storage and run the command "paste".
When you download from the Internet files are not always saved in the "Downloads" folder or another easily accessible folder. If by clicking the download link, you choose the browser option "Open file", it will run as soon as you finish the fix. But after closing to find a file would be problematic, since this command saves the data to a temporary folder on your hard drive, which is located in the system partition and can even be hidden. To find out where it is located in the properties browser, or by using the system search. After restarting the computer or browser, this folder is purged when the corresponding option. So if you want to use the file after download, choose "Save file as...".
Periodically, the system itself creates temporary files reports various system errors and operations, the sliding version of the files, uploaded the web pages to accelerate their re-opening, etc. in Order to access these files, open the Temp folder, which is located in the root directory of the hard disk or in the Windows folder. All temporary files have the extension *.tmp. This also often saves previous versions of text documents, which often have to recover if you encounter any problems.