speed up ur pc

India
June 30, 2011 11:11pm CST
my pc always showing low disk space problem,any body have any permanent solution to this.
9 responses
@Zaphan (711)
• Philippines
1 Jul 11
delete unimportant files on your hard disk or just buy another hard disk drive to add up to your existing hdd. hope that will help.
1 person likes this
7 Sep 11
Try this: 1. Defrag your pc this will help speed up your computer. 2. Delete unnecessary files to your hard drive. 3. Try to check if there is a virus hiding in your computer. Sometimes virus adding some datas in your hard drive. 4. Last option, add a higher capacity hard drive. Hope this will help.
• United States
5 Jul 11
You can buy a new harddrive. A 250 gigabyte harddrive does not cost much now, and it can be done with less than $50.
@sanjay91422 (2728)
• India
3 Jul 11
Run the disk clean-up regularly. To remove the error completely, remove the unwanted files, folders in your system. Delete a movie which you don't like. Another solution is to have another hard disk, which can be an external one. Transfer the storage to it. I am sure your problem will get solved. Thanks.
@MATT69AC (335)
• United States
2 Jul 11
Easy go through every program in you computer and don't just delete them but UNINSTALL them to get them totally off you computer you should go through your computer at least every 3 month to get rid of unwanted stuff if you have extra stuff like movies,pictures,music,files....etc and you would like to keep them but not have them on your computer then put all of that on blank Cd's flash drives or even an external drive
• Philippines
2 Jul 11
To get more disk space, you should basically delete unimportant files. You should note, however, that there are system files which are packed with huge amounts of data but are very much unimportant. To aid you with disk cleanup, try installing TuneUp Utilities (I hope you know about this software). It's a good way to start cleaning up your drive. The software gives you an idea on how much disk space is consumed by unnecessary files, and which programs to temporarily/permanently disable to lessen the data usage. You should try this one. DISCLAIMER: I'm not part of TuneUp Utilities promotional divisions. I'm just sharing my thoughts and satisfaction about this software. :)
@kaylachan (4776)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
1 Jul 11
Over time computers can tend to slow down. Low disc space is something that many struggle with with and quite often there is no perment cure. Just constant cleaning. Keep it up and things will run smoothly. Just like cleaning a house, cleaning a computer takes constant work. You have to be willing to attack it and keep at it. Clear out your browser cash, (depending on your browser) instructions may very. Many browsers offer the option to clear out history after you exit the browser. It can be annoying (espically if you have a lot of history and cookies) but bookmarks remain uneffected. So you can back up everything you want and need. If you have a smartphone, you can sync this data as well. Run disc clean up at least once a week. This can be done either online or offline, but in order to clear ram afterwards a restart is recommended. If you're the type who shuts down your computer before bed, then run a clean up before shutting it down at night. This delets unwanted files and temp files you may not even think about or know they exist. Another clean up tool is dis defragmentor. It cleans the system deleting any broken or unwanted files. It can take longer, and if you have a screen saver it's advised to disable it before defragmenting. It'll speed up the defragmantion process. Again restart is recommended after completing this task. Uninstall or remove any programs you don't normally use. You can do this from the add/remove programs section on your PC. (Depending on your os, this can very) Deleting unneeded programs opens up more system memory. This will keep that pesky "low disc space" warning from constantly popping up. Again you may be prompted to restart. If prompted do so. Disabling start up programs. Disable programs that start when windows starts. The less programs that need to run when your system starts, the faster it'll move. When you run programs in the background, it eats up system memory and, can cause that warning to pop-up as well. So don't run anything in the background you don't need. If you use multable messangers, by one client (most are free) that are multi-platform so you on't need maltuable programs to chat with friends. Fallow some of thease tips and your system should start to run a bit faster. Remember, the older the PC is, the more prone it is to memory glitches and random system warnings. One more tip. Save any music, photos documents or video files to a portable flashdrive. The less you store on your computer's memory, the less chance it has to get cluttered.
@hanuma34 (821)
• India
1 Jul 11
I am saying this from the experience of one of my friends. Usually this happens if you have partitioned the hard disk, and the partition 'C' (usually) has the Operating System installed into it. Other useful softwares like MSOffice, Anti-Virus software, and so on are all generally installed into the same partition. All system files 'my documents' 'my music' 'my scans' etc are all loaded into it. During our use if we are installing some additional software and bringing the 'C' partition to almost brimful. In the harddisk architecture some part of it has to be kept vacant to enable the system memory (not the RAM) to load the system files to be used. If this is not available we get the error message saying 'low disk space'. The immediate solution could be to empty the 'my documents' and 'my videos' etc into the other partitions. and create space in 'C', which can be checked in 'My Computer'. If you do not have partitioned hard disk, the overall hard disk capacity has to be increased by an external/internal hard disk, and some of the working files into it. Just try and see if it helps.
@padu19 (1441)
• India
1 Jul 11
Hi, Good morning.. According to me permanent solution would be just replacing the hard disk with a high memory har disk. Additionally replacing the RAM with higher capacity RAM will do some good to your system performance. Also, you can occasionally perform disk de-fragmentation to improve the system performance. I also keep deleting the explorer cache and temporary files to save some space. Hope this helps. HAve a great day!!!