How to Use Disk Cleanup in MS Windows XP Professional.

July 29, 2008 by
Filed under: Windows XP 
  1. Go to the Windows Start menu and click the All Programs option.
  2. Click the Accessories option, choose the System Tools option, and then double-click Disk Cleanup option.
  3. Select the Drives drop-down list and choose the drive to clean up.
  4. Click the OK button.
  5. The Disk Cleanup for [drive] dialog box appears with a list of files that are recommended for deletion.
  6. Select the files to be deleted and then click the OK button.
  7. A prompt will appear asking for a confirmation of the files to be deleted. Click the Yes button.

Comments

4 Comments on How to Use Disk Cleanup in MS Windows XP Professional.

  1. linda on Wed, 3rd Sep 2008 1:25 pm
  2. what is an infinite loop error in windows xp? what are some reasons for the system to crash in windows xp

  3. Anthony on Wed, 3rd Sep 2008 1:53 pm
  4. @linda – Can you be more specific with your problem description?
    The general answer is programming errors, but there can be issues with hardware resource dependencies, which can often be fixed by driver updates.

    Anthony

  5. roger blakely on Wed, 8th Oct 2008 6:54 pm
  6. how to fix this i get this computor code on my ep pro programs cant read it need it back to english would apreciate the help

  7. roger blakely on Wed, 8th Oct 2008 7:01 pm
  8. i get all these boxes and circles and strange code on my windows program howto get it baack to english

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