1. Delete temporary files: Temporary files can take up significant amounts of space on your hard drive, so deleting them is a great way to free up disk space. You can delete temporary files in File Explorer or by running the Disk Cleanup utility.
2. Uninstall programs you don’t use: If you have programs that you no longer use, consider uninstalling them to free up disk space. You can uninstall programs from the Programs and Features menu in the Control Panel.
3. Move files to an external drive: If you have large files that you no longer need to access regularly, consider moving them to an external storage device such as a USB drive or an external hard drive. This can help free up disk space without permanently deleting the files.
4. Clean up startup programs: Startup programs are programs that run automatically when you start your computer. If you have a lot of unnecessary startup programs, they can take up valuable resources and cause your computer to run slowly. You can disable startup programs in the Task Manager.
5. Compress large folders: If you have a folder with a lot of large files, you can compress it to save disk space. You can compress folders with the built-in compression utility in Windows or with a third-party program.