Yes, there is a way to delete these "temp" folders and prevent them from coming back.
Firstly, make sure that you close all the running programs on your computer. This will ensure that the files in the "temp" folder are not being actively used by any program.
Next, you can delete the contents of the "temp" folder by following these steps:
1. Open File Explorer and navigate to the "temp" folder in your Documents or C drive.
2. Press Ctrl + A to select all the files and folders in the "temp" folder.
3. Press the Delete key on your keyboard to delete all the selected files and folders permanently.
However, it's important to note that some of these files may be in use by Windows or other programs, and they may not be able to be deleted. In this case, you should skip those files and move on to the next one.
To prevent these "temp" folders from showing up in the future, you can use a tool like CCleaner to clean up your computer's temporary files and folders automatically. This tool will scan your computer for temporary files and remove them safely, without affecting any important files or programs.