Is it sae to delete a 'log' file taking up 4.2 Gb

  ex4thhussar 07:44 26 Nov 03

Help please!
I had an Internet Explorer problem that I solved by using regedit to recall a previous startup configuration. My system is now working fine but I see that I have lost 4.2 Gb of hard disk space. The culprit is a file called twsrc.log that is on my C: drive and I desperately need to know if it is safe to delete.
Suggestions please!

  Jester2K II 07:50 26 Nov 03

I say any log file is safe to delete but 4.2 Gb??

Too big to open.

Have you checked you are virus free?

  Curio 19:20 26 Nov 03

A .log file is safe to delete. It will then regenerate itself as and when required

  Big Elf 19:34 26 Nov 03

It could be related to a TunnelWars game demo see click here

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