1. Uninstall Unnecessary Programs: Start by going to your Control Panel (in Windows) and take a look at what programs are installed. If you don’t use them, consider uninstalling them to free up space.
2. Delete Temporary Files: Deleting the temporary files stored on your hard drive can help free up some space. You can do this by typing “Disk Cleanup” into the search box in Windows.
3. Move Files to an External Storage Device: Backup important files to an external storage device such as USB flash drive or an external hard disk drive to free up space on your hard drive.
4. Compress Files and Folders: Compressing large files and folders can save you a lot of space. To do this, right-click on the file or folder, select compress and choose the level of compression you want.
5. Disable System Restore: If you don’t need to use system restore, then it’s a good idea to disable it to free up some hard drive space. To do this, simply right-click on My Computer and select Properties. Then click on the System Restore tab and turn it off.