Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by klemperal, Dec 29, 2007.
Is there a way to auto delete the temp files created after the disk has been successfully burnt?
What temp files are you talking about?
What program are you using?
agree with dialysis
the more specific you can be, the more capable we are to help out. So, more info please.
I think klemperal means the files that DVD Shrink saves to your hard drive.
You know how Shrink has that pop up when done and says something like the 'temporary files are been saved to blah blah blah'.
I always wondered why the word temporary was used since it's not technically temporary
Exactly. Anyone found a way around that?
I never have besides the ole right click delete
Locoeng has a little something on his profile page about it.
Oh those are the analysis files. Shrink gives that kinda deceiving message calling the files it stores to your hard drive 'temporary' files. For those the only way I know is to manually delete them.
That's all i've figured out so far as well. If anyone knows a different, all encompassing process...let me know!
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