Free up Wasted Space (on your system)

Being a technical graduate this is my first time writing anything on IT related stuff. I know there are many computer illiterate who simply waste so much of their system space because they aren’t aware of that fact that there’s something called temporary files which are eating up your system space.

This idea was conceived when a friend of mine wanted to know how to delete his temporary files since there was very limited disk space on his local disk.

Removing unused programs is a great way to free up disk space, which will speed up your computer. Another way to find wasted disk space is to use the Disk Cleanup tool by following these steps:

Steps for Disk clean up:

1. Open My Computer, right-click Local Disk (the disk you want to clean), and then click Properties.

2. On the General tab, click the Disk Cleanup button. Disk Cleanup will spend a few minutes examining your disk.

3. The Disk Cleanup dialog box opens. As you can see in Figure 2, it found almost three gigs of space on my computer that it could free up!

4. Select the desired check boxes in the Files to Delete list, and then click OK. Disk Cleanup will spend several minutes clearing space.

5. If you have more than one hard disk, repeat this process for each hard disk listed in My Computer.

I hope this will help the readers who had tough time managing space on their system. This article is written with a good intention of helping the readers.

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