What are the unwanted files
These are unwanted or unnecessary files that accumulate in your personal or laptop computer over time. They could use valuable memory space that would cause your personal computer to become so slow. These unwanted documents or items can affect the overall performance of your PC. Finding them manually is impossible because they could reside anywhere in your computer. You can run a quick scan on your PC and find out how many gigabytes of unwanted files you have on your hard drive.
How to acquire these junks on your PC?
Unwanted items, folders, or programs are actually temporary records designed to back up your work each time you use your computer. So, if you use your Word program for example, a temporary record is created to make your work flow and protect it from loss. When browsing the Internet, various details about the sites you visited are stored in browsers: "Cache, History and Cookie". The installation and uninstallation of useless or useless programs would result in the presence of traces of these files in your computer in the form of spam. However, these temporary items are not automatically deleted when you shut down your PC. They accumulate and cause speed problems on your PC when they occupy memory space. Therefore, frequent cleaning is essential to maintain the speed and performance of your PC. In addition, the memory space could be used for more valuable programs.
Since these unwanted objects are everywhere, there would be several places where you could delete them. Here are some of the things you could do:
1. In general, you can do the following: Click the Start menu. Under All Programs, choose Accessories and below, System Tools. The cleaning of the disc appears. In the selection, choose the drive from which you want to clean unwanted folders in your PC. Press "OK".
These are programs or folders that you can select to delete in the Disk Cleanup tab.
* Temporary Internet Files
* Offline Web Pages
* Recycle Bin (note, however, that deleting items from the Recycle Bin is a permanent action, so deleted items will no longer be retrieved.You may prefer delete one by one.Do not press the Delete button in files that you think you can use later.)
* Temporary Files
2. You can also uninstall any program that you no longer use or that you no longer need. Just click on the Start menu. Touch the control panel icon. Choose Add / Remove Programs. In the list you will see programs that you no longer use. If you are not sure, you can also check the importance of this particular program by checking the "Last Used On" tab to see how often you are using this program. Then, uninstall unused or unwanted programs.
3. Another place where there are usually a lot of unwanted items is the "My Documents" folder. To make sure you do not regret the subsequent deletion of useful documents, you can make a copy of these important items on a CD before you continue cleaning. How to remove Junks from your My Documents folder? Just select and delete documents that you no longer need. Do the same with the "My Pictures", "My Videos" and "My Music" folders. Videos and images occupy much of the disk space.
4. Windows could also help you speed up the cleaning process by simply removing items that it has already checked for you to remove. These items usually come from downloaded program files, thumbnails, and temporary Internet files. Just press the OK button and cleaning will begin.
5. Older files and installations may also be free of unnecessary files if you want to use the cleansing system files. However, this type of cleaning is generally not recommended if you are a beginner in the use of the computer that you could delete a program or a useful folder involuntarily or accidentally. The recovery of these things would be difficult or even impossible. How to clean the system? Click on "Clean System Files". All content on your hard drive will be available for removal at your disposal. Click on the items you want to delete. Please read the description of each file, folder or program before pressing delete. Then, just press OK to start cleaning.
Cleaning up your computer from unwanted files is important for maintaining speed and quality of performance.