Delete Temporary Files in Windows 10 to free up Drive Space

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Delete Temporary Files in Windows 10 to free up Drive Space on the PC/Laptop. OK, let’s continue with the below steps and appearance if you can to delete the temporary files using disk cleanup.

  1. Click Windows + R keys to the keyboard to open run command prompt.
  2. You will use Disk Cleanup to reduce the amount of unnecessary files in your drives, which will help your PC improve your performance. It may delete temporary files and system files, empty the Recycle Bin, and remove other things that you may no more need.Type cleanmgr from the run text box and hit Enter key to the keyboard.
  3. Choose the drive when the Temporary files are found. (In the drive in which you choose to free up the disk space)
  4. Click on OK. (The disk cleanup will require skill and analyze the unused files to the drive)
  5. When the Disk cleanup window pop up, look at the box Temporary files and Temporary internet files if you require within the Files to delete menu.
  6. Click on OK.

Right after it, you will check if you are able to delete the Temporary files. And then to free up drive space in your PC/Laptop Windows 10, follow steps below.

Check the latest Space on your PC

  1. Click on Windows Logo.
  2. Select Setting. click windows + setting
  3. Click on System. click system
  4. Click on Storage. Click Storage
  5. Note how much free space and total size. free space and total size

Note: You will see the size of your Windows Store apps and select if they should uninstall them by tapping or clicking See my app sizes. Also you can free up space by tapping or clicking Empty my Recycle Bin when you have files there.

How to use Disk Cleanup

Cleaning up your PC frequently frees up drive space and enables it run better. On the list of simplest ways to clean up files you don’t need is to apply Disk Cleanup.

  1. Available Disk Cleanup by clicking the Start button. From the search box -> sort Disk Cleanup then within the set of results select Disk Cleanup. disk cleanup
  2. If prompted, choose the drive that you like to clean up, and next choose OK. select the drive
  3. Inside the Disk Cleanup dialog box from the Description section, choose Clean up system files.
  4. If prompted, choose the drive that you like to clean up, and next choose OK.
  5. From the Disk Cleanup dialog box, to the Disk Cleanup choose the check boxes for your file sorts which you want to remove, and next select OK. To delete data from the previous installing of Windows, choose the Previous Windows installation(s) check box.
  6. Inside the message that seems, choose Delete files.
  7. Get back to Computer in File Explorer, choose the drive you cleaned, and next choose Refresh. If you want to free extra space (the drive continues to be marked red), visit the next tip.

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