1. Uninstall unused programs – Go through your list of installed applications and remove any programs or applications that you no longer use or need.
2. Delete temporary files – Temporary files are created by applications to store data while they’re running. Over time, they can accumulate and take up a lot of space on your hard drive. You can delete these using the Disk Cleanup tool included with Windows.
3. Move files to an external hard drive – If you have large files or folders that you don’t access very often, you can free up disk space by moving them to an external hard drive.
4. Disable System Restore – System Restore takes up disk space by creating restore points. If you don’t need it, you can disable it and free up some of that disk space.
5. Clean up the registry – Fragmented registry entries can take up a lot of space and slow down your PC. You can use a registry cleaner to scan for and remove any invalid registry entries.
6. Compress files – Compressing files is another way to free up disk space. You can use one of the many file compression programs available to compress large files and folders.