Advanced Solid State Drives (SSDs) with high capacity remain out of reach for consumers on tight budgets, so filling up available space on PC hard drives remains a common fear for many folks.
When looking at installed drives in Windows Explorer, it’s difficult to judge just what is taking up occupied space. Luckily, there are a few handy tools that can help you clear out space. Here’s a look at some of them.
In order to get your PC prepped and ready for analysis, it’s a good idea to run your favorite cleaning tool to clear out stored cache and other temporary or unrequired files that are taking up valuable space. Our chosen cleaning suite is CCleaner. Even if you’re planning to use another analyzer, we recommend you use a tool like CCleaner to get rid of temporary files and other junk.
As noted already, CCleaner is our favorite when it comes to clearing crap from a PC, sorting out a bloated registry, seeing what startup services are set to run, and analyzing what’s taking up all the space on our drives. Not only is the free app great for keeping a PC (laptop, desktop or tablet) free from clutter, it also has other neat features, including:
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