How do I remove junk files from my computer hard drive

Jaswant34

Broken In
Which is best junk removal software to clean unwanted files from my computer hard drive. My computer hard drive is now full and i want to run a computer files cleaner software which allows me to gain disk space on my PC.
 

Flash

Lost in speed
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jkultimate

GAMING IS NOT A CRIME
Or you can manually do it (some of it) by
Going to RUN, Type "temp" without quotes and shift delete all items.
And
Again RUN, Type "%temp%" without quotes, and shift delete all.

This will clear some space in C.
 

ax3

Cool as a CUCUMBAR ! ! !
just r-click ur C drive & click properties ... click-on diskcleanup ... & do it
 

Zangetsu

I am the master of my Fate.
Messed up as in? I read on some other site also, where a guy also mentioned that CC messed up his system.
CCleaner was a FREE software once and after going for commercial license it has lost its charm it once had.

now there are other good tools which works better than CCleaner.

you can see by yourself by comparing the CCleaner free version with Paid version, in their website.
 

CharlesRTerry

Right off the assembly line
Press window and R and type %temp% then press enter. A junk/temporary file will open delete all the junk file.
 
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Jaswant34

Broken In
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This is built in way to clean junk files

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I prefer the inbuilt option for the cleanup. Had a bad experience with CC cleaner.

What was the bad experience regarding CCleaner

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Don't use CCleaner it was good once upon a time but after moving to Paid versions it messed up.

Instead use Glarysoft Utilities or WiseCleaner

WiseCleaner Software - Optimize, Clean and Speed Up Your Windows

Glary Utilities | Glarysof

hmm i can choose between these

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CCleaner was a FREE software once and after going for commercial license it has lost its charm it once had.

now there are other good tools which works better than CCleaner.

you can see by yourself by comparing the CCleaner free version with Paid version, in their website.

i will read the comparison well wise disk cleaner and glary utlitiy suggested me at the forum
 
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bilzarian

Right off the assembly line
Windows does not generate the System Restore Point by itself unless it has been enabled by the user!
I would prefer to open run and type "cleanmgr" and get all the junk files out of the system!


Beware to check out that the recycle bin is clear or the cleanmgr would delete those files!
 

Aaronjacobson

Right off the assembly line
Or you can manually do it (some of it) by
Going to RUN, Type "temp" without quotes and shift delete all items.
And
Again RUN, Type "%temp%" without quotes, and shift delete all.

This will clear some space in C.

Same thing I want to suggest you and I am doing by deleting temp file from system using %temp%.
 
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