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Contribution d'origine par : Albert ,


There are different ways can help you some way.

This first step simply involves going through a list of the existing programs and uninstalling the ones you no longer need. Take Windows 7 as an example.

'''Uninstall Junk Programs'''

1. Click the Start button.

2. In the search box, type "Programs and Features" and press Enter.

3. Select Programs and Features from the list.

4. This gives you a list of the programs installed on your computer. Review the list and if you come across a program that you no longer require, or find redundant software such as multiple PDF readers, select the program you don't want from the menu, right-click, and choose Uninstall.

'''Disk Cleanup Utility'''

1. Click the Start button.

2. In the search box, type "Disk Cleanup." Click on Disk Cleanup when it appears at the top of the list of available items.

3. In the list of drives, select the disk drive that you want to clean up (typically the C: drive).

4. In the Disk Cleanup dialog box, on the Disk Cleanup tab, check the boxes for the file types you want to delete. I recommend selecting all of them – ensure that you haven’t thrown any files in the Recycling Bin that you want to get back! Then click OK.

5. When the Disk Cleanup prompt asks “Are you sure you want to permanently delete these files?” click Delete Files.

Disk space is limited and free disk space will never be increased as long as a new hard disk is used to store data. You can also [|resize disk partitions] or free up disk space to spare free space for partitions needing expansion.