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Ed Meza

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  1. What worked for me on Win 10 is to go to Internet Options -- either via Control Panel or Cortana, and delete browsing history and temporary files, remember to tick "delete browsing history on exit" under Browsing history. Then run CCleaner and Edge will be cleared without skipping any files.
  2. Would anyone in this forum kindly reply to my post above? I'd appreciate a response. Once again, please note that these duplicate files are not on my HDD "C". They are all on my HDD "D" for backups. Thus my inquiry to see if these can be deleted, and if so, how? Thanks, Ed
  3. Hello Merlin, I updated to Win 10 last Aug. 2015, had problems and went back to Win 7. Went back to Win 10 again and more problems, so I settled back to Win 7. In reading your post, I agree with you that for awhile I had duplicate files in C disk. These are now long gone. However, I still have a bunch of duplicate files on my backup disk D only. They are small in size and are dated Oct 25 and Oct 30, 2015. then Jan 9, 2016 (date of my last OS change from Win 10 to Win 7.) I have read to just leave these files alone since they could affect one's OS. My question is since all these
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