How can I free up disk space and speed up my PC?

1) Uninstall Unnecessary Programs: Go to your Control Panel and uninstall any programs that you don’t use.

2) Delete Temporary Files: Go to your %temp% folder in File Explorer (or press WinKey+R and type “%temp%) and delete all the files inside.

3) Run Disk Cleanup: Disk Cleanup is a built-in tool that can help you free up disk space. Search for “Disk Cleanup” in Windows or open it from the Start menu.

4) Disable System Restore: System Restore takes up quite a bit of space, so you can free up some space by disabling it. Open the Control Panel and go to “System Protection”.

5) Reduce the Size of Your Page File: The page file is a file used to store data when you run out of RAM. You can reduce its size to free up space.

6) Move Installed Programs to Another Drive: If you have multiple hard drives in your system, you can move large installed programs to another drive with more space.

7) Defragment Your Hard Drive: Fragmentation is one of the main culprits behind slow computer performance. Use the Windows Disk Defragmenter utility to defragment your hard drive.

8) Install an SSD: Solid state drives are much faster than traditional hard drives, and they take up less space as well.