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Yes. And Long path can be explicitly searched for using the Advanced Search. Simply select the template "Files with long paths".

What you can do is using the Custom Search type of the TreeSize File Search. It allows to search the entire network or IPv4 address ranges for certain files, like *.pst. Simply specify \\*  or \\192.168.123.* as path to search. TreeSize will then enumerate all available PCs in e network or that IPv4 network segment and search their drives (or more exactly: their public and hidden shares) for the files matching the search criteria.

Yes, the TreeSize File Search can search, report and delete or move files over a certain age. You can select the template "Modified long time ago" in the custom search, to load a search configuration for old files. Check the files you want to delete and use the "Delete" button to delete or move them to the Recycle Bin. You can schedule this search and also automate a move or delete operation, by using the option "Tools > Schedule current search".

Unfortunately there is no short and easy answer to this question because usually one cannot know where a file came from and what it is used for. Generally temporary files and cache files of the internet browsers can nearly always be deleted safely. Besides deleting files, the File Search of the software offers you to move files to a different drive or to a compressed ZIP file (preserving the file system hierarchy) which can then be archived. That way files that are still needed can be easily restored, either manually or by using the restore script that the software is able to generate optionally.

To check all results, click on "Check All". To check some results based on their name, use the "Check if" button. You may select multiple files using a left mouse click while holding the <Shift>- or <Ctrl>-key down. Using "Check" from the context menu checks all currently selected files.

The duplicates search offers additional useful options to check specific files in each duplicates group, such as "All but the newest"