Saturday, 6 July 2013

Free Up Space More than 10 GB

                                           Free up more than 10 GB of disk space 
Free Up Space More than 10 GB
                                             Free up more than 10 GB of disk space 


Free up more than 10 GB of disk space !!!

Tips to Save Disk Space:
Areas to save disk space

- Turn off or decrease size of disk usage for system restore
If your not using the Windows System Restore feature, then why have it enabled?

If you are using it, perhaps you want to re-evaluate how much disk space its using up (which can be several GigaBytes) for saving checkpoints. If you only want to have 1 or 2 good saved checkpoints to restore from decrease the allocated space for system restore to a few hundred meg.

- Decrease the disk usage size of the recycle bin
The most common area on a users PC in which Windows allocates a chuck of space for itself is the recycle bin. If you rather have files be deleted instantly and not put in the recycle bin or you want to decrease the space it uses to hold deleted files

- Empty or Decrease your Web Browsers disk usage for Cached files
Every web browser has a preferences or options area to adjust the temporary internet files and cache usage.

- Disable Hibernation in Windows.
If you don't know what Hibernation is , chances are you aren't using it. You might want to disable it to save a few Gigabytes of space that function requires as shown in the video tutorial.
For Vista users you can open command prompt and type powercfg -H off

-Run the Windows Clean Manager
Windows comes already with a built in cleaner that does simple basic tasks to free up disk space.
To access it click start -> Run -> type cleanmgr -> press OK....

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