Just download -> install -> leave settings as are -> click analysis
(nothing will be erased but you'll see what they could erase) -> if you
should happen to want to make any adjustments (I don't) you can -> click on
From: amaloney <[hidden email]>
Date: Thu, Nov 10, 2016 at 8:28 PM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Can I discard temp/.tmp directories?
To: [hidden email]
In my user directory the temp directory contains 139 directories labelled
1) Why do these exist?
2)What happens if I discard them?
> In my user directory the temp directory contains 139 directories labelled
> 1) Why do these exist?
They're temporary files created while you're working on documents.
Although the files within those directories have a .tmp extension, they
are actually OpenDocument files. If you're interested, you can open them
using LibreOffice. They're usually deleted when LibreOffice exits, but
can get left behind if it or the operating system crashes.
> 2)What happens if I discard them?
If you don't need those temporary copies of the files, you can safely
delete them. I sometimes open them to check what's there before deleting
them, but have never come across anything I've needed to keep.