1. Uninstall programs you no longer use: If you’ve installed programs and games since you bought your computer that you no longer use, it’s time to uninstall them and free up the hard drive space. Windows includes a built-in program uninstaller, but you may also want to look for third-party uninstallers which can do a better job of removing all traces of the program.
2. Delete large files: Chances are your hard drive is filled with large files you don’t need. Use an app like WizTree to detect the largest files on your hard drive, then delete any you don’t need.
3. Move files to an external drive: Moving files to an external drive such as a USB flash drive or an external hard drive can really help you free up space on your hard drive.
4. Delete temporary files: The Windows system accumulates a lot of temporary files over time. You can free up disk space by deleting these files. Use Windows’ Disk Cleanup tool to delete temporary files and other useless items.