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OS is clogged up , what can I delete...

 

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What is that windows 98?

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USMC-Retired

What is that windows 98?

Windows 98 was not 64 bit.  

 

 

OS is clogged up , what can I delete...

 

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Nothing in the root directory.  

 

You need a program that will just decrap your computer.  There is an app that is called decrap.   BACKUP YOUR COMPUTER BEFORE YOU DO IT AND SET RESTORE POINT.  

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oztony

Windows 10 (unfortunately) wish I stayed on 7

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musicman666

What is that windows 98?

No....it's 64bit

 

 

Get an app called ccleaner..... I have used it for years for cleaning up and it has never screwed up yet.

http://download.cnet.com/ccleaner/

 

Very very easy to use....idiot proof......and the basic version is free!

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oztony

No....it's 64bit

 

 

Get an app called ccleaner..... I have used it for years for cleaning up and it has never screwed up yet.

http://download.cnet.com/ccleaner/

 

Very very easy to use....idiot proof......and the basic version is free!

 

Yep , that just got rid of 10 gig of crap....

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miles-high

Backup your important/personal data and reset Windows to its factory default, select total recovery or reinstall... That's what I do every 6 month or so, it's like buying a new computer and I feel fine... :D

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Salty Dog

Backup your important/personal data and reset Windows to its factory default, select total recovery or reinstall... That's what I do every 6 month or so, it's like buying a new computer and I feel fine... :D

 

So it can do all the hundreds of updates all over again..... :db:

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it's 97.9GB. The bare minimum of a running system. Windows should use 30-50GB after clean installation and full updates. Then you add office, photoshop, etc etc.

 

There isn't much you can do, it's not 200 but 100.

 

 

Buy a 256GB SSD, or 512GB if you do photoshop or video editing etc.

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miles-high

So it can do all the hundreds of updates all over again..... :db:

It wouldn't take long... in NCR... :D

 

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NB You may wish to plan your next vacation in a 1Gbps area:

* Hong Kong

* Tokyo, Japan

* South Korea

* Cologne, Germany

* Canberra, Australia

* Portugal

* Sweden

* Amsterdam, NL

* In US, Lenora, KS, Metter, GA, Fairfield MT

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Salty Dog

Eat your heart out... :dance:

 

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Goetz1965

Guy ... Really ...Youre in the Philippines ... dont maintain - buy a new one !

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to_dave007

I'm in Canada now and just completed all the dynamic updates on mine (Win 7 32).  Back in Cebu my download speed on a good day is 3mbps. Here at my brothers place in Canada it's 43mbps.  Still took from 16 hours to finally finish the last update (I'd been saving up).

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Salty Dog

I'm in Canada now and just completed all the dynamic updates on mine (Win 7 32).  Back in Cebu my download speed on a good day is 3mbps. Here at my brothers place in Canada it's 43mbps.  Still took from 16 hours to finally finish the last update (I'd been saving up).

 

You probably make more in 16 hours from your job than it would have cost to buy a new current PC ready to go right out of the box...  :biggrin_01:

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