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    Default Local disk C - Cleanup ?

    in the image below where some of the files are highlighted, ive set disk cleanup to focus on a few of the listed files to cleanup.. curious to know should i just leave alone the manuel cleaning of said disk ? because ive checked the boxes already




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    Delete them, it is not going to hurt anything. Cleans up your system to.

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    thx for reply bro. so far, i still have enough free space after i disabled the hibernation file yesterday. im happy as hugh hefner surrounded by bunnies

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    Also try Portable CCleaner (latest version) from Majorgeeks.com . It gives you much more options to clean up.

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    thx for the tip HAK..but i have clear private data add on for FF it deletes cookies, browsing history etc
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    ^You can also Windows hidden advanced cleanup utility by typing the below command in elevated command prompt:
    “%SystemRoot%\System32\Cmd.exe /c Cleanmgr /sageset:65535 & Cleanmgr /sagerun:65535″ (without quotes)

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    woot interesting! there are so many hidden features yet to be discovered that windows wont share with the world..how selfish lol

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    More on the enhanced disk cleanup utility : Enhanced Version of Vista's Disk CleanUp Tool

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    thx bro for tip

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    Open windows explorer and type:
    %temp%
    you can delete everything in that folder
    Also if you go to Computer->Disk C or the hardrive you use->Windows->Prefetch, you can delete everything in the prefetch folder
    Be careful not to delete the folder and only delete the things in it and also some of the things may not be deleted as they are being used by windows, a reboot should solve that. Also be careful not to get the folders wrong!!!

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