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Hi. I've saved your message and will send out a pc maintainance
tutorial to you and whoever needs it later today, probably after
the kids have gone to bed. Cheers!
On 24/11/2020 5:40 am, Terry Olandese
you please give me steps to accomplish this? I’ll put them
in a document and keep them when I need them again. Thanks.
To add to Steve's post, the usual culprits are in, your
users/yourname directory, the windows/temp directory and the
windows/prefetch directory. These locations accumulate huge
numbers of temp files that your system don't need after
running a process, so cleaning them up should solve your space
problems. Constant maintainance of this nature will help
On 23/11/2020 10:49 pm, Steve Matzura
Firstly, when you deleted the mail account, did you also
make sure to delete its data, wherever that might be stored?
Outlook keeps these big giant .PST files. If one of those is
still hanging around from that now deleted email account,
find it and delete it, too.
Secondly, you could always run cleanmgr (from the "Run"
dialog or the command prompt) and check the places where you
want Windows to look for potential files to remove for you.
On 11/23/2020 9:08 AM, Terry Olandese
I’m using windows 7, jaws 14, Microsoft outlook 2010. I
have a small hard drive. It’s a solid state drive and
I’m finding out that I have no room to download
anything. I’ve had this problem before, but I can’t
remember what I had to do to fix it. I have no music in
my music folder, nothing in my download folder. I seem
to remember that I had to get rid of temp files or
something like that. Please help. I’ve deleted a mail
account that had tons of mail in it, but that didn’t
suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.