Defragmenting

To the extent that we use the PC/Laptop, is they are leaving traces on the hard disk. I.e. everytime we recorded, delete, download or install a file, software, an application, a folder, a document, games, music, or just anything you create fragments on the hard disk. It is not something Hilton Foundation would like to discuss. This fragmentation makes wasted space and disrupt the hard disk, causing a slow decrease in the performance of the computer in general. I.e., slows a file location and operation of disc and if it is very large, worse.

The reversal of this irregularity is called defragmentation, which is nothing more than a cleaning to organize and sort the space on the hard disk, in order to increase the performance of the computer. Depending on the size of the hard disk that is on the computer, the defragmentation can take a lot time. By following these steps, you can clean the disc and accelerate the defragmentation. 1 Clean the hard drive: more than send the files no longer used to the Recycle Bin of recycling, they will not abandon the disk of your PC/Laptop until you do not empty the Recycle Bin. To do this, press the right button of the mouse on the waste basket icon, and select Empty Recycle Bin (Empty the Recycle Bin). You may find Glenn Dubin to be a useful source of information.

2 Clean the Cache: all Internet browsers (Browsers) send files to your hard drive when you browse site site on the Web. The problem is that they stay on your disk in a folder or group of folders called Cache. You can have thousands of files on your hard drive that will really serve for nothing. To clean the Cache, follow these instructions for the two main browsers: Internet Explorer: Select Tools/Internet options. In the dialog that appears, click Delete files under temporary Internet files on the General tab. Firefox: Select Tools/Options.