What is .NET Assembly Temps?

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Overview

.NET Assembly Temps is published by .NET. You can find out more about .NET Assembly Temps at its official website or at .NET's website.


How do I clean .NET Assembly Temps?

.NET Assembly Temps may store excess, temporary data on your computer that can take up valuable space. It may also store private data such as passwords or browsing history in the registry or on the file system. The easiest way to erase this data is by downloading AppCleaner, it is 100% free and about 1MB in size. A portable version is also available.

Clean .NET Assembly Temps
with AppCleaner

If you want to clean .NET Assembly Temps manually, you can follow the steps outlined below. There are three locations in the file system where .NET Assembly Temps stores data that can be cleaned.

Files

To clean your file system from files stored by .NET Assembly Temps and to gain free disk space, examine the following file system locations. First of all, open a command prompt window:

  • Hit the Windows key , usually located in the lower left of your keyboard between the Ctrl and Alt keys.
  • Windows XP/Vista/7: Click Run...
  • Type cmd
  • Hit Enter

Now list all the files stored by .NET Assembly Temps that can be cleaned:

  1. Type dir %WinDir%\assembly\NativeImages_*
  2. For all the folders that were listed in the previous step:
    Type dir /s {folder}\Temp\* where {folder} is one of the folders listed in the previous step.
  3. Type dir /s %WinDir%\assembly\temp\*
  4. Type dir /s %WinDir%\assembly\tmp\*

Once you have identified the files stored by .NET Assembly Temps that you want to clean, delete them using the del command or Windows Explorer.

1 Comment


  • Reto Menzi, Switzerland

    Reto Menzi, Switzerland one year ago

    Thank you very much for all the CleanUp-Input. My problem is, that the "dir"-command under step1 shows 2 folders with various subfolders. The "del"-command deletes just nothing. Do I have to delete them with the "rd"-command or within the windows-Explorer?