Five separate scans will find:"Find Junk Files is a user-friendly utility designed to free up disk space by deleting useless junk files. Each time you use your PC unwanted files are created that increasingly use more space on your hard drive...."
Though your suggestion is not without merit clsxmas, that would be like saying:clsxmas said:I'm truly am not trying to be facetious, but is it possible to consider purchasing a larger hard drive? I say this because the comments so far would suggest differences about what to safely delete. If there are space issues with a drive, then why not get a larger drive?
That was not my intent to recommend that one take the "junk" with them. Note that there were different answers about what "junk" to eliminate. My question now, based on information provided so far, is what files would you plan to eliminate?Telstar said:Though your suggestion is not without merit clsxmas, that would be like saying:
"My apartment is too small for me to walk around in because I have so
much unuseable furniture (that I'll never use) blocking my path so instead of
getting rid of that furniture I'll just move into a larger apartment and take all
that junk furniture with me."
What welsh-jon wants to do is "free up" disk space on the HD he now has.
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