Space can be a major limitation on a computer, especially if you work on your PC every day. Whether you are playing games, working on an important project or uploading or downloading audio or video files, you start to accumulate temporary files which can take up a significant amount of space and thus slow down your system. Temporary files, as they are called, are created for temporary use by the system's operating system. That is, only for as long as it takes to exist or perform a task. But this leaves the files behind.
While there may be many other reasons why your hard drive slows down and slows down your system, temporary files take up a lot of space. Therefore, deleting temporary files can help improve system performance at times. One thing to note here is that the location of the temporary file varies for all systems and also for users. However, using the following method, getting to the location and deleting temporary files will not be a problem.
So, let's see how to delete temporary files on your Windows 10 PC.
Solution: Using the Run command
Step 1: press the Tasto Windows + R together on the keyboard to open the file run I send. Now Write temperature in the search field and press Log in.
Step 2: It takes you to Temporary files Position. press the Tasto Ctrl + A to select files and press the button To remove button.
Step 3: press the Tasto Windows + R together to open the file run command one more time and type %temp% in the search field and press Log in.
4 phase: It takes you to Local temperature location of files. press the Ctrl + A keys together on the keyboard and press the To remove button.
Step 5: Once again, press the button Tasto Windows + R together to open the file run command and this time type preload in the search field. Hit Log in.
Step 6: It takes you to Preload location of files. press the Ctrl + A keys together on the keyboard and press the To remove button.
Now make sure you remove all deleted items. temperature e preload archives of Trash can Moreover.
That's all! You have finished deleting temporary files and a large portion of the system space should now be free.