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In my books I always recommending opening a new folder on your computer every time you start a new project. That way, when you're ready to clear the project off your drive, you can get everything off at once just by deleting that folder.
Otherwise, you'll need to go into the Adobe Premiere Auto-Save folder, the Adobe Premiere Preview Files and the Encoded Files folders and manually ocate and remove the files or folders named for your project file.
I am aware of your advice about making a distinct folder for each new project. I do that. My question is: having done this distinct folder, and after deleting this folder (as well as the media cache files if they are not set to be in this same folder) are there any other "temporary" files that I should/could delete?
You are a wise man!
Deleting the folder should remove virtually all of the stray project and temp files, sfilgr.
Otherwise, I recommend a regimen that cleans off your computer overall. You'll find it in the FAQs to the right of this forum as well as in my books.
Thank you Steve!