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    WordPress blog root>wp-content>Cache>temp file necessary or not?

    I am working with a WordPress blog. Recently I came to know that in my site root/wp-content/cache/temp contains about 160+MB data. That is why my site hosting capacity becomes low. My question: are those temp files necessary file or not? Can I delete those temp files permanently? If I delete those files then is there any problem?
    Please some one help me, it's very urgent for me.
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    in fact The .tmp files can be deleted safely under normal circumstances – since they are usually the forgotten residue of some incomplete WordPress actions. However, it is always safer to do a local backup of the files, just in case. I already deleted the .tmp files has had no side effects, so I would assume the same for any WordPress install.... Install W3 Total Cache plugin to avoid this stuffs....

    Goodluck


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