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Adobe Temp folder in C:/  Drive?

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Evening Experts,

I have an Adobe Temp folder situated in C:/, the files inside refer to Reader 8 and CS3. Can I delete this folder without causing any problems?

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Question by:wilson1000
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by:Jason C. Levine
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Hi wilson1000,

What are the files called?
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ChuckDeezel earned 1500 total points
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If the files contained in the folder are acr*.tmp (that is acr1234.tmp or acrf523.tmp, ect) then these are simply Adobe temp files.  These files should be deleted after closing the application and should be deleted if not as they can cause Adobe to freeze when opening.  If the files done carry the above mentioned naming convention of ACR*.tmp then Im not sure why it is in your Root.
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