How To Delete Temporary Files From Windows 10 PC’s Hard Disk

How To Delete Temporary Files From Your 10 PC’s Hard Disk Drive

One thing about Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 10. The Storage Management feature gives you an indispensable list of tools compared to the earlier Windows versions. When it comes to managing your hard disk, Windows 10 does a splendid job.

Windows 10 has like the previous versions of Windows tend to build up junk over a period. However, Windows 10 gives you the easier option when it comes to completely cleaning out the temporary files from all the hard disk on your computer.

With Windows 10, you get a really nice GUI that gives you quick access to the ‘Settings’. Users find themselves using the ‘Control Panel’ when you press the ‘Windows Key + i’ together you will open the ‘Settings’ menu.

When you are in ‘Settings’, navigate to ‘Storage’. Windows 10 allows you to install software on any drive other than the drive you have installed the Windows. If you have not deleted the temporary files for a while, there is a good chance that you will have them under the C:\drive. Other drives could also have temporary files hogging your space, but it is better you start off with the C:\drive, this is where you are most likely to find the bulkiest temporary files.

Gamers will probably have more temporary files saved to their hard disk than the average computer users. The files will also likely be found in other drives in huge amounts. For gamers, deleting temporary files should be done on a more regular basis.

It is also advisable for users with very small capacity hard disks. Since temporary files could easily eat into the limited hard disk space available on your computer.

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