If you have been a Windows user for just one day, you know that it eats up most of our disk space. And what’s really annoying is that, all the applications, songs, movies or any files that we download, tend to take more space than normal. We start thinking that a virus is downloaded every time you download something from the internet, but that’s not true. It’s in the blood of windows to eat up disk space and it forces other applications to eat more and more disk space. The solution? Reduce the hunger and let them starve. Yes, that’s true, that’s what I’ve done now.
The first thing to do on this quest is to make sure that you’ve deleted all the systemlog files after uninstalling any unnecessary programs from your computer. Once you’ve done that, we can move on. If you don’t know how to delete the systemlog files, just download CCleaner, and it will do the thing for you (it does not takes much space).
Speed, great interface and the way it produces information, it was the easiest choice to make SpaceSniffer the best recommendation for clearing hard disk space. It arranges all the files in horizontal manner, along with its details, such as file size, file name etc. You can choose which files to delete and which files to keep, but make sure that you know which file you are deleting, because if you delete an important file, you will then regret it later.
You can also zoom into some elements, and like most other programs, there is a drag and drop feature. All in all, this makes your disk space hustle, end right away.
As the name suggests, it kills all the duplicate files. But before getting into the specific details, I want to let you know that windows does require some duplicates to run, so make sure that you don’t delete your system files, or else you will ruin your whole operating system.
Double Killer searches for duplicate files by matching their names, sizes, creation date and also the contents inside the file. If they match, it will display in the files that can be deleted area. You can then choose which files you want to keep, and which files you want to delete. Even though Double Killer recommend to keep all the duplicate files in one separate folder, I delete them because they are just useless and eating up my hard disk space.
There are two versions of this software, the free version just scans the duplicate files and deletes them; the PRO version does much more than that, and you can compare it here.
This is the modern software which does all the work for you, and all you have to do is, click the clean button and all your unnecessary files will be deleted. Also, you will have to click the scan button, to instruct the software to scan your computer, besides that, you don’t have to do anything else. Moreover, you can schedule this software to scan for unnecessary files when your system boots up, this doesn’t affects your booting time.
A perfect optimizer and cleaning software that suggests you on which software you should delete. How does is suggests? There is a users community behind that suggestion that provides rating to particular software, and according to that, it suggests you on which software you should keep and which software you should delete.
You too, can take part in that community to rate different software. You can do so by just logging in through your Face book, or you can anonymously rate software. Besides that, Slim Cleaner also searches for duplicate files, software updates and also optimizes your hard drive. In short, it takes out all the hastles that you have to do to optimize your hard drive or computer, and does it for you.
This is the perfect solution for people who want to remember everything in their lives. Without photos, no one can remember anything in life, and so, you want to keep all of them so that you can smile after 2 years while watching that photos. But what if that photos are taking a lot of space in your hard drive? That’s when PNGGauntlet comes at your service.
It compresses all the images into PNG format, which takes the least amount of space. Also, you get to choose the amount of space your want to allocate to each image, but if you don’t want to take your hands on the tech things, PNGGauntlet does everything for you. All you have to do is, put all your images into this software, and then select the output directory and that’s it. PNGGauntlet does the rest for you.