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    bjm
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    Good day Forum,



    Where may I get some guidance regarding what Files I may always delete and what files may be of some benefit not to always delete.
    Specifically the following files:
    Debug Dump Files
    Set Up Log Files
    System Error Memory Dump Files
    Per user Archived Windows error reporting
    System Archived Windows error reporting
    System Queued Windows error reporting

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    Vista SP2 IE8

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    The files you listed above are perfectly fine to be deleted via Disk Cleanup. They are log files for generating error reports (as the names suggest) & are meant for maintaining a log of processes during a crash, what files crashed & other system details on the time of crash.

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    and if you want to gain some more space then in disk clean up utility click on more options tab and then delete shadow copies and system restore points....

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    Yes, as suggested, its pretty safe to delete them. If you want more options try freeware CCleaner Slim.

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