A growing number of computer users are installing lots of software, so the probability that your computer will be unable to maintain its performance soft. Thus, as a solution, one should reduce temp files to disk space as much as possible, which results in more favorable performance for your computer.
Disk Cleanup tool
To achieve this, you can use the Disk Cleanup tool that is already installed on all Windows computers. When you click the start menu, go to all programs, and then go to accessories, you can see the System tools. Here, you can easily access the disk Cleanup subtitle. As long as you are using Windows XP, you will occasionally find a button disk Cleanup, whether in the System Tools or during the war system’s installation. By selecting this button, you can send your computer to the background and then compact your disk thoroughly. By doing this, you will be able to release as much space as possible for your disk if you have many files piled up on your disk, this process may Take an hour or more, depending on the amount of disk you have.
Another way to get rid of temp files is to avoid storing large amounts of temporary files on your hard disk. In the applications tab, go to Windows Explorer, and then look for the site menu. Click on the Windows Search Folder, and you can see the files and Folder menu. If you click on the Windows Search Folder, you will find the location of all the temporary files. You can then choose to delete them from your computer. If you are using Windows Vista, you can click on the start menu, go to Control Panel, and then accessories. Choose the System Tools, and click on Disk Cleanup. If you are in the older Windows 98 version of Windows, go to the start menu, go to Control Panel, and then double click the system icon. Choose the disk Cleanup menu and then click on the button. This will open the disk Cleanup dialog box. Make sure that you are notifying the backups and temp files that you want to delete. When you have selected to delete the temp files, click on the button to close the window. The computer is now ready to use.
The disk cleanup tool in Windows Vista is different from the one in Windows XP. To start using the tool, follow these steps:
- From the start menu in Windows Vista, go to Control Panel, and then double click on the System icon.
- When the system Properties window opens, highlight the system Properties button on the left-hand side.
- When the system Properties window opens, highlight the advanced tab,
- and then click on the Settings button on the right-hand side.
- When the settings window opens up, highlight the general tab, and then click on the Clear Now button.
- If you find that the disk cleanup’s progress is slow, then wait for a while and click on the now button.
- If prompted, enter the admin password, click on the, and then click on the Next button.
- Follow the onscreen prompts, and the disk cleanup process will start.
When the cleanup process is complete, you will see whichever files that are removed which are not needed on your computer. If you notice that some of the specified files are still available even after the disk cleanup operation, you can repeat the process and select to remove those files. Confirm the deletion of each file and remove those files from your computer.
The process to run disk cleanup is different depending on the version of Windows as follows:
This can be done using the command prompt by typing “defrag c: > /r,” where c: is the hard drive partition where the operating system is installed.
If you want to delete a file located on a hard disk partition, first click on the Start menu, go toControl Panel, and then double click on the System icon. When the system Properties window opens, highlight the system Properties button, and then click on the advanced tab. Under the advanced tab, click on the settings button. Click on the Save Settings button and exit the window. Please wait until the system completely defragments itself. When it is finished, click on the button to close the window. Close all the windows and restart the computer.
What can do this by launching the command prompt. First, click on the start menu, go Torun, type cmd, and then press enter. When the command prompt window opens, type the words Regedit, and then press enter. Confirm the command, and then exit the command prompt. Close the window, restart your computer, and run the registry editor.
What can do this by going to Run, then typing “run,” and then press the enter key.