Every day on the internet to generate a lot of temporary files, and these temporary files in common method and other software is not clear, teach you an absolutely effective manual removal method, you can use the following methods as long as the correct operation is absolutely safe. (another: C disk which documents can be deleted)
(1) Open c:documents and Settings user name cookies, delete the file (this folder contains the index file that is reserved for accessing the Web page);
(2) Open c:documents and Settings user name local settingshistory, delete all files under the folder (these files are historical records);
(3) Open c:windowstemp, delete all files under the file (these files are temporary access documents);
(4) Open c:documents and Settings user name local settingstemp, delete all files, (these are the user access temporary files);
(5) Open c:documents and Settings username localsettingstemporaryinternet files, delete all files under the file (these files are page files);
(6) Open the C:documents and Settings user name Recent folder, delete all files under the folder (for the user's most recent browse file shortcuts);
(7) Open c:windowssoftwaredistributiondownload, delete all files under the folder (these files are temporary files stored when downloading);
(8) Open C:windowsdriver Cachei386, delete the compressed file under the folder (the driver backup file);
(9) Open c:windowsservicepackfiles, delete all files (upgrade SP1 or SP2 after the backup file).
Note: The above user name refers to the user name of the windows you have established, can be one, two or more, so different user name will also produce different spam files, in the process of deletion of the following folders under the name of different users under the folder to delete all the junk files.
In Windows XP, when you install all the hardware drivers, the system will automatically back up the hardware driver, so that after the error automatically load the hardware driver, but after the hardware driver installed correctly, the general change of hardware is not likely, so you can also consider to delete this backup, The file is located in the C:windowsdriver cachei386 directory, the name is Driver.cab, you can delete it directly, usually this file size about hundred megabytes. The other is Windows Help files, the general user will not use these files, save for no purpose, so delete these files can be completely, these files are generally saved in the C:windowshelp folder, directly deleted.
Since Windows 2000, Windows provides the upgrade feature, many users have Windows Updade upgrades to the system, the upgrade process will also produce some temporary files into our C disk, this part of the file in the system after the end of the upgrade will not have any use, Completely becomes the garbage file, therefore this part of user also wants to delete under the c:windows to $u ... The beginning of the hidden file, and then defragment the disk, the finishing process, please quit all the running programs. The amount of time it takes to defragment the space on your hard disk varies, after defragmentation, open start-Programs-attachments-system Tools-System Restore-Create a restore point, preferably with the date and some instructions for the restore point name to facilitate future recovery after the system error.
Next we can delete the system's previous restore point, open the "My Computer"-right-click System Disk-"Properties"-"Disk Cleanup"-"Other Options"-click "Clean" in the System Restore column-select "Yes" to be the successful operation. In addition to the completion of the upgrade found in the Windows file a lot of similar $ntuninstallq311889$ these directories, these directories occupy about 10 megabytes of hard disk space, with any use, can be deleted.
After installing a variety of hardware and software, Windows will automatically generate some backup files to facilitate future upgrades. In fact, XP needs to update the file is very little, delete these backup files can save hundreds of megabytes of space, at the beginning → run →sfc.exe/purgecache, you can remove these files. (The purpose of this command is to immediately clear the Windows File Protection file cache, releasing the space it occupies)
You know, in the C:windowssystem32dllcache folder, the system will automatically back up the backup DLL file, about two hundred or three hundred megabytes of space, this is a backup DLL file, as long as you have copied the installation files, can be completely deleted, no impact on the system, So deleting these files can save two hundred or three hundred megabytes of disk space.