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Step 3: Remove Unwanted Files   Last Step Next Step

Internets Temporary Files:
We will start with the Internets temporary files and Cookies:
Click Start Menu - Control Panel - Internet Options. When you see the Internet Properties dialog box click the General Tab. Below in this box you will be given the option to Delete Cookies and Delete Files. Your also given the option to Delete History if you so wish.

Using Vista:
1. Click the Start Menu (the flag on the bottom left).
2. Then the Control Panel.
3. Then the Internet Options icon. (NOTE: If the Internet Options icon does not appear, click on the Classic View link to display all the configuration panel icons.
4. Then the General Tab.
5. In the Browsing History section delete the files.

Windows Temporary Files:
Click Start Menu - Run - and type into the blank space %temp% and click. This will open a Temporary Folder with different temporary files. Delete them all. You may have trouble deleting them all in one go by highlighting them all. If this is the case try to deleted chunks of them e.g. highlighting a few at a time.

If there is an error in deleting some, then delete the ones you can and leave the errors till last. Now try closing all applications and then try to delete these last ones.

Using Vista:
1. Click the Start Menu (the flag on the bottom left).
2. Type %temp% in the Search Box then follow black text above.

Search Temporary Files:
Click Start Menu - Search - in the search menu choose All Files and Folders. Also open the More Advanced Options and make sure you check the sub folders as well.

In the blank space type *.tmp the star acts as a wild card and will dig out temporary files from all over the computer. Now do the same as in the previous files and delete as best you can. Turn off all applications in case you cannot delete certain files. PLEASE HELP

Using Vista:
1. Click the Start Menu (the flag on the bottom left).
2. Open Search on right menu, then follow black text above in this section.

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