What is an Insect File?
These are unwanted or useless files that accumulate over time on your computer or laptop. You could use a valuable memory area that would lead to slowing down your personal computer. These unwanted documents or items may affect the overall performance of your computer. Their manual finding is impossible because they can be anywhere on the computer. You can run a quick scanning on your computer and find out how many gigabytes of unwanted files are on your hard drive.
How do you get these connections on your computer?
Undesirable items, folders, or programs are actually temporary records that are used to back up your computer in every case. So if you use Word, you create a temporary record to keep your job running smoothly and protect yourself from loss. When browsing the web, information about different pages stored in your browser in your browser: "Cache, history, and cookie". Installing and removing useless or unnecessary programs can keep track of your files on your PC in the form of scrambled eggs. However, these temporary items are not automatically deleted when you shut down your computer. They often accumulate and cause speed problems in the computer as they occupy the memory area. Therefore, frequent cleaning is the maintenance of your computer's speed and performance. In addition, the memory space will be available for more valuable programs.
Because these junkies stay anywhere, you can delete them in multiple places. Here are some things you could do:
1. Generally, you can do the following: Click Start. Under each program, select Accessories and System Tools. Disk Cleanup is displayed. From the selection, select the drive from which you want to delete the garbage dump on your computer. Press the "OK" button.
These are the programs or folders that can be deleted from the Disk Maintenance tab.
* Temporary Internet Files
* Offline Web Pages
* Recycle Bin (note that items are permanently handled in the Recycle Bin as a final operation, later considered useful files.)
* Temporary Files  2nd You can also remove programs that you no longer use or do not need. Simply click on the Start menu. Press the Control Panel icon. Select Add / Remove Programs. You will see the programs you are not using from the list. If you're not sure, you can also check the relevance of a particular program on the "Last Used" tab to see how often you use this program. Then uninstall unused or unwanted programs.
3rd Another place where many spam is usually accepted is the "My Documents" folder. To avoid losing later useful documents later, you might want to continue copying important items on your CD before cleaning. How do I remove junks from My Documents? Simply select and delete the documents that you no longer need. Do the same with the "My Pictures", "My Videos", and "My Music" folders. Videos and pictures take up most of the locations on the hard drive.
4th Windows can help you accelerate the process of bribery simply by removing items that have been checked for deletion. These items typically come from downloaded program files, thumbnails, and temporary internet files. Simply press OK and the cleaning begins.
5th Old files and earlier installations may be free of trash files if you use the Clean up system files. However, this type of cleaning typically discourages you when you are using a computer as you may accidentally or accidentally delete a useful program or folder. Restoring these things would be difficult or even complete, impossible. How to make a system cleanup? Click 'Clean System Files'. The entire contents of the hard disk can be deleted at your disposal. Click the items you want to delete. Please read the description of each file, folder, or program before deleting it. Then press OK to clean.
Clearing your computer from your trash files is important to keep your speed and performance.