How do I clear temporary files to speed up my PC?

1. Use the Disk Cleanup tool: Open the “Start” menu and type “Disk Cleanup” into the search field. Select the Disk Cleanup app and follow the prompts. This will delete unnecessary system files such as temporary Internet files, downloaded program files, and system error memory dump files.

2. Delete files in the Temp folder: Open a Windows Explorer window (press Windows key + E). Navigate to the “C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Local\Temp” folder. Right-click any files you want to delete and select “Delete.”

3. Clear your browser’s cache: Most modern web browsers include an option to clear the browser cache. In Google Chrome, open the Settings menu, click “Clear browsing data”, and select the checkboxes for the types of information you would like to delete.

4. Uninstall unnecessary programs: If you have installed programs that you don’t use or need anymore, uninstall them by going to the Control Panel and selecting “Uninstall a program.”