As the name suggests, the temp folder is to store the temporary files. So you can clear the logs in the %temp% folder.
Hope this helps
So I've just installed Visual Studio (even though I was asking questions about it before, I didn't actually have it installed, because what I was doing is getting all the information first and then installing the program), and checked the TEMP folder. I saw it created 547 log files in the TEMP folder. I need to get rid of them because sometimes I need to look at other files quickly that are being created in the user TEMP folder.
This also made the TEMP folder grow up to a size of 336MB: it had a size of 29,7MB before.
So, this makes me ask a question - is it safe to delete these setup logs? Would this impact the usability or stability of Visual Studio 2022 (Community)?
*Visual Studio Setup Logs are located right in %LocalAppData%\Temp, and have a name similar to something dd_setup_datetime_packageName.log, for example: dd_setup_20230121182408_Microsoft.VisualStudio.MinShell.Resources.x64.log