Can i safely delete the EFSTMPWP folder on my C: drive?

  snoopy9 14:20 23 Feb 15

Hi, just wanted to know if i can safely delete the EFSTMPWP folder on my C:drive (OCZ ssd running Windoes 7)). I used cipher to clear an older Maxtor hdd, after which it did a restart that locked up my computer, it wouldn't recognise the SSD. I ended up switching everything off, checked all connections and it restarted ok. However noticed that there was only 4gb left on the C:drive SSD instead of the usual 70gb. When i checked the folders and files i found the EFSTMPWP folder which contains about 65gb of temporary files left from the cipher cleaning of the G:drive. Can i delete this whole folder safely with no harm to the SSD operation? Thanks in advance.

  Daisy_Michael 08:28 24 Feb 15

Yes, you can delete the files and folder safely from your SSD. Sometimes CIPHER does this on its own & sometimes you need to do this manually.

  snoopy9 09:26 24 Feb 15

Thanks for your reply, will delete the folder and gain my 65gb back.

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