Your hard drive is your computer’s memory repository. Like your brain, if your hard disk is not well-ordered, it will start running sluggishly and it will be less capable of delivering data at the rates you want it to. Taking care of your hard drive can fix a vast majority of known problems that slow your computer down. In fact, your computer’s speed is mostly affected by the hard drive.
Defragmenting Your Hard Drive
The majority of programs that promise better hard drive performance usually are investment mistakes waiting to happen. Microsoft Windows comes with a Disk Defragmenter Utility which gathers up fragments of files and places them all in an organized manner, increasing your hard disk’s ability to seek information. You should defragment your hard disk every week or so to keep its seek time minimal. The way to access the defragmenter utility in Windows is by navigating to the Start Menu, navigating to Programs, going to Accessories, then navigating to System Tools. Under that menu you will see the Disk Defragmenter Utility.
Empty Your Recycle Bin Regularly
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For the most part, people usually do not need to store things in their Recycle Bin. You should empty it regularly, as it usually contains files you do not need anymore and wanted to delete. You can do this by right-clicking the Recycle Bin icon on your desktop, and clicking “Empty Recycle Bin”. When you right-click on a file and click “Delete”, you often would like to delete it permanently instead of have it stored in the Recycle Bin. You can have this happen every time you delete a file by right-clicking the Recycle Bin icon on your desktop, clicking Properties, and then clicking “Do not move files to the Recycle Bin. Remove files immediately when deleted.”
Using the Disk Cleanup Utility
Microsoft Windows contains a Disk Cleanup Utility that helps you clean up temporary files and delete them from your hard drive. The majority of these files usually just do more harm than good. Unless you really feel the need to keep all the information that Windows caches for you, you would do best to delete these files through the utility. Accessing the Disk Cleanup Utility is simple. You can do this by clicking your Start Menu, navigating to Programs, navigating to Accessories, navigating to System Tools, and clicking on Disk Cleanup
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