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Declutter Your Disk

As we’ve already mentioned, keeping enough space on your hard disk and regularly defragmenting are key to ensuring your PC runs smoothly. Regularly clearing unwanted data and programs obviously goes some way towards this process. Not to mention reducing the need for you to upgrade your disk drive through lack of space!

The key areas to check are:

Clean out temporary files.
When your computer is not shut down properly, it will pass information from memory into fragmented files. Also, while you’re running programs, your computer will write information that it does not immediately need into temporary files.

Empty your internet cache.
As you surf the internet your computer stores web pages and images into a temporary internet cache (disk area) so that it can quickly recall and access information when you move back and forth between pages.

As default the amount of space that is used for these temporary files is 10% of your total drive space. This information can quickly mount up and take up valuable hard drive space that you could use for your own storage.

Empty your mail programs of clutter.
It’s easy to browse through your email and leave old messages there, promising yourself you’ll sort them out later. One or two messages don’t take up much space, but hundreds certainly do, particularly when they have large attachments.

Take the time to sort through these old emails now and delete what is not important. And remember, deleted only means moved to the ‘Deleted’ folder so you need to permanently delete them by emptying the “Deleted Items” folder.

Empty your Recycle Bin.
Once you’ve emptied your drive of clutter; empty your Recycle Bin to remove what has been placed there in the process. Remember, deleting a file only moves it to this area. To actually free up disk space you need to keep your Recycle Bin empty!