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How to Clear Your PC’s Cache in Windows 10

How to Clear Your PC’s Cache in Windows 10

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Disk Clean-up

Disk Clean-up is a computer maintenance utility included in Microsoft Windows designed to free up disk space on a computer’s hard drive. The utility first searches and analyzes the hard drive for files that are no longer of any use, and then removes the unnecessary files.

Windows offers a tool to help you purge files you may no longer need and might not otherwise be able to locate. The Disk Cleanup utility locates files that can easily be removed to free up some disk space. To run this utility, obey these directions

 

Clear the Temporary Files Cache with Disk Cleanup

To clear the temporary files cache, enter “Disk Cleanup”” in the Windows search bar found in the bottom-left corner of the desktop.

Select the “Disk Cleanup” app, which will appear in the Windows search results.

Once selected, Disk Cleanup will start calculating how much space you can free up on the operating system drive (C:).

The Disk Cleanup for OS (C:) will now appear. Scroll down and check the box next to “Temporary Files.” You can also choose to delete files from other locations, such as “Recycle Bin” or “Downloads.”

Once you’ve selected what you’d like to clear, click “Clean Up System Files.”

Once Windows calculates the amount of storage space that will be freed up, you’ll be brought to the same page again. This time, select the files and locations a second time that you’d like to delete and then click “OK.”

A warning will appear, prompting you to confirm you are sure you want to permanently delete the files. Select “Delete Files.”

Disk Cleanup will now clean up unnecessary files on your machine. This process could take several minutes.

 

Clear DNS Cache

If you want to clear your Windows 10 PC’s DNS cache, open Command Prompt as an admin. To do this, type “Command Prompt” in the Windows search bar found in the bottom-left corner of the desktop

The “Command Prompt” app will appear in the search results. Right-click it and select “Run As Administrator” from the menu.

Next, run the following command:

ipconfig/flushDNS

You’ll receive a message letting you know you’ve successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.

 

Delete Temp Files

Clear DNS Cache
You may be surprised to know that your Windows operating system and the applications that run on your computer generate temporary files.

This article is meant to help you understand what these temporary files are used for and how they may impact the performance of your computer and the capacity of your internal hard disk. We will show you how to delete temporary files in Windows 10 as well as other versions of the OS, to help keep your machine running at peak efficiency.

What are Temporary Files?

In the Windows operating system, temporary files are created both by the OS itself and many of the applications running on your computer.
Many of Windows’ temporary files are denoted with a file type of .tmp or are prefaced with a tilde (~). Most of the temporary files that are created end up in the Windows Temp folder.

They are used for a variety of reasons including:

Operating system requirements such as providing space for virtual memory.
Work files for applications that hold data while the program is running.
Files created as backups for works in progress such as Microsoft office creates for open documents.

Why Should I Remove Temporary Files?

There are two main reasons to clear out the temp files in Windows 10 or any version of Windows for that matter. They are:

Regaining storage space – Temporary files can end up taking up a lot of storage space. Over time, they can accumulate and represent a significant percentage of your disk’s storage. Removing temporary files which are no longer needed gives you more space for the important data that you need to store.

Improving computer performance – Temporary files that are needed by Windows or other applications can negatively impact your computer’s performance as they grow larger.

Loading and searching these large files can slow down your computer and the applications that you are using. Eliminating these files can considerably speed up your machine’s performance.

 

How to Delete Temporary Files in Windows 10

 

There are two different Temp folders:
1. The first is located at c:/Windows/Temp and is used by the OS to store temporary files. Press Windows + R, type: temp and press Enter.

2. The second is the Temp file related to the user currently logged into the system. Here is how to find those temporary folders.

Windows 10 – Using the search field located to the right of the Start button, enter %temp%. The folder at the top of the results is the Temp folder

Windows 8 – On the “Start” page click on the magnifying glass icon located in the top right of the window – next to your username. Type in %temp% and click on the folder named Temp.

 

  • Windows + R
  • Whe Come Run
  • Serch %temp%
  • And Press Enter
  • You Will Show Temp Folder
  • Press Ctrl+A And Click Delete

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