1. Delete Temporary Files: Go to your computer’s settings and find the option to delete temporary files. These files often take up unnecessary disk space and can significantly slow down a computer’s performance.
2. Uninstall Unused Programs: Delete any programs or applications that you don’t use to free up disk space.
3. Move Files to an External Hard Drive: If you want to keep large files but don’t need them on your computer, consider moving them to an external hard drive or cloud storage.
4. Compress Files and Folders: Compressing files and folders helps to reduce their sizes and free up disk space.
5. Disk Cleanup: Use the Disk Cleanup tool available in most operating systems to delete unwanted files and folders.
6. Disable Hibernation: Disabling hibernation saves disk space used by the hibernation file.
7. Limit System Restore Points: Limiting the number of system restore points will help to free up disk space.
8. Disable System Restore: Turning off system restore will remove all of its saved files, freeing up disk space.