Cache.windows folder full of .toc files

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I have a folder on my SSD that is in a weird spot and it called windows.cache and it FULL of very very large .toc files. I tried DL'ing FreeViewer to see the files but it won't open them. Due to a couple file names in there and some references I think that this folder relates to the video game WARFRAME. But I am not sure, and I am afraid to delete the folder, but it needs to go.


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Warframe, Unity, Free Viewer
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They are probably safe to get rid of .

According to FILEINFO.com the file extension relates to 

Audio format used by the Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP); required for creating custom tracks for games such as Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    It seems that, you are asking about temp folder under your use name directory. It is better to type on the search as %tmp% and it opens a tmp folder, select all and then try to delete them. Some files/ folders can not be deleted, due to using y the system. Here is a help: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/260897
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  • Subhendu Sen
    You can also first delete them normally or move into recycle bin (not to delete permanently or press shift and delete key) then restart the system, and check if the system works fine, if it works fine, you can delete the all files from recycle bin.
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