The Eee PC is part of a line of netbooks made by Asus. Netbooks are smaller, more affordable versions of laptops. They have smaller storage capacity, but still run on the same operating systems as regular-sized computers. Most Eee PCs run on either Windows XP or Windows 7. In these versions of Windows, you can use the Disk Cleanup feature to remove unnecessary files, helping to free up space on the hard drive and enhance the performance of the computer. The Disk Cleanup will remove temporary files that have been downloaded, programs you don't use and temporary Windows files that you don't need.
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Things you need
- Windows 7 or Windows XP operating system
Click the "Start" button in Windows.
Click "All Programs." Open the "Accessories" folder. Open "System Tools," then click "Disk Cleanup."
Select the drive that you want to clean up if it prompts you do so. Click "OK." The Disk Cleanup tool calculates how much space it will be able to free up, then it opens the "Disk Cleanup" dialogue box.
Scroll through the list of "Files to delete," and choose the ones that you want to delete. If there are any file types that you don't want to delete, clear the check box for those files. Click "OK."
Click "Delete Files" when prompted. Wait while the Disk Cleanup deletes all the unnecessary files. The dialogue box closes when it's finished.
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