Temp files in root directory? Is there a way to fix this?



  • I've installed Vivaldi to my E drive rather than the C drive. Every time I launch the browser I get several 0 byte .tmp files showing up in the root of the drive. If I don't delete them after closing the browser they will just continue to accumulate. The files look like - 631A.tmp 631B.tmp 631C.tmp 631D.tmp 631E.tmp 631F.tmp 6320.tmp Is there a way to prevent these files from showing up in the root of the drive?



  • Nobody? :)

    Where are these files typically created?


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    I only find such files in Jump List Icons or Jump List Icons Old.



  • @pulgoki:

    I've installed Vivaldi to my E drive rather than the C drive. Every time I launch the browser I get several 0 byte .tmp files showing up in the root of the drive. If I don't delete them after closing the browser they will just continue to accumulate. The files look like -

    631A.tmp
    631B.tmp
    631C.tmp
    631D.tmp
    631E.tmp
    631F.tmp
    6320.tmp

    Is there a way to prevent these files from showing up in the root of the drive?

    I have same issue.
    .tmp files created in root C:
    Only occurs when starting Vivaldi in incognito mode.
    The .tmp files remain after closing the browser.


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