In my workplace we use computers that are not personal. That means we each have a user and sit wherever possible when it's our shift, and then when we finish and leave someone might log us off and log in with his user.
That's all fine and good, but every time someone works, his local settings directory (I mean the one that is in C:\Documents and settings\Username...we use Windows XP) gets filled up with (I think) recovery files. And it never cleans up.
Every week or so the whole hard disk is stacked up and you need to manually erase other users 'local settings' to make up some free space.
Is there any way to configure windows to clean up that folder after each log off? Do I need to have an external program do it?