As great as MB is, there is still one part of it that (IMHO) needs to be addressed, and that is the automatic deletion of temporary files.
When MB updates an external device, it creates temp files in C:\Docs and Settings\UserName\Local Settings\Temp and never go away unless they are manually deleted. After a period of time one starts getting 'low disc space' warnings in Windows XP. I had over ten gigs of free space on my C drive and during a recent updating of my nano, the drive became full. I was manually deleting while MB was still updating.
That being said, could you add some code that would automatically delete these files when MB closes? You could make it user-selectable should there be a user who wants to keep them. Or upon exit you could have a pop-up asking if the user wanted to delete the temp files. If there's a reason to keep these files, could you at least let the user select where the temp files should be created? That way I could direct them to a drive that's got a lot more free space and wouldn't impact performance as the system drive fills up.
Thanks for you thoughts on this.