How to Total Clear Memory Cache/Temporary Files In Windows 11/10 Without Any Additional Software?

Is your Windows device running out of free disk space? Is your PC running slow? Do you want to get free disk space without upgrading the hard disk and speed up your Windows-powered machine?

I am quite positive this article will help you fix both issues.

Today’s quick tutorial is going to teach you, How you can clear the cache on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8 and Windows 7.

In this short guide, I will show you guys how to clean up temporary files, Windows updates temporarily, Windows installation temporary files, and other unnecessary files as well.

You don’t need to be an expert. The whole process is pretty straightforward and safe, I will be using Windows built-in utility for this purpose.

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How To Clear Cache / Temporary Files In Windows 11/10/8/7?

OK! I think it’s enough of an intro. Let me explain How to clear cache and temporary files in Windows 11, 10 and other versions?

Hover your mouse cursor over the start menu and left-click on the start menu to open it up.

To search for Windows built-in junk cleaner utility, Type in Disk Cleanup in the start menu.

The search comes back with Disk Cleanup listed at the top. Go ahead and left-click on it to open it up.

Once the Disk Cleanup utility is open, inside Disk Cleanup, scroll down to find the temporary files. Here you need to make sure that the temporary files option is check-marked.

Choose the drive where Windows is installed, mostly installed on drive C.

Windows Disk Cleanup utility can help you if you want to remove any of the other temporary files to free up disk space as well. I would like to suggest you check-mark all options.

After you are done, simply press the OK button to begin the cleanup process.

It may take a while, So give it a moment.

There you go guys, simple as that. The cleanup is complete at my end.

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Your Turn

I do hope today’s quick Windows How-To guide was able to help you out and You find it useful to get additional free disk space and speed up your copy of Windows 10.

Do let me know in the comment section, If I could not explain anything properly, I or one of my team members will try to help you out.

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