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This is a question better asked on the forums at portableapps.com. However, the methodology that portable apps uses is to remove all traces of it's "visit" to a host machine that can be removed as the program is exited. As you say, it is the tmp files that are being stored locally, not the output or other files. Look at the contents of the tmp directory after you exit all of the portable apps that you are running. It will probably be empty, in fact, the directory will probably not be there at all.

This is a question better asked on the forums at portableapps.com. However, the methodology that portable apps uses is to remove all traces of it's its "visit" to a host machine that can be removed as the program is exited. As you say, it is the tmp files that are being stored locally, not the output or other files. Look at the contents of the tmp directory after you exit all of the portable apps that you are running. It will probably be empty, in fact, the directory will probably not be there at all.