Last Updated on: 2nd February 2021, 03:58 pm
The Computer Cache files are the junk files and folders. Cleaning the Computer cache is very necessary to run your Windows faster. The Computer slows down if you do not clear all unnecessary files of the Computer in Windows.
There are few steps to delete all cache on your computer completely. It will maximize your Computer performance.
Here we go step by step to clean each and every junk file on your Computer.
Clear Computer Temp Cache Windows 10
The first and essential step is to remove the temporary cache. Press Windows key + R to open the run. Type temp and click Ok.
Select all folders hit delete button to delete all files & folders.
Cleaning temp files Windows 10 Settings
Temp files also exist in Windows 10 settings. Go to Windows settings by clicking on the start button.
At the left sidebar, open the storage section. There you will see the “Configure the Storage Sense Or Run it“, Simply click on it.
Inside the “Configure the Storage Sense Or Run it” scroll down to the end. There will be an option “Free up Space Now“. Just click on the Clean now button.
Deleting Prefetch in Windows 10
These files are created with the starting any application on your computer windows. It is also cleaned to make your computer secure and fully optimized.
Open Run Command using Windows Key + R and simply type prefetch to open the folder. Delete all cached files and folder. That’s it what you have to do.
Delete Location Cache
Windows also save the location cache files on your Computer. And there is also a cleaning option to delete the files from your computer.
Go to Your Windows Settings by clicking on Start. Now find the Privacy and click on it. Click on Location from sidebar.
Scroll Down to Location history. You will see the option of Clear location history on this device. Click on Clear to clean location cache.
Reset Windows Store Cache
Open Run Command and type ‘wsreset.exe‘. Now hit OK.
The wsreset.exe will open Run Command. You do not have to anything, just wait while the cursor is ticking.
It will automatically reset the Windows store When the process will be completed the Store will open.
This command will reset Windows Store.
Delete System Cached files – Disk Cleanup
Disk Cleanup will delete all of your old updates files on your Windows. It will remove files according to your selection of which files you want to remove.
It will clean all cache files that are unnecessarily on your Computer. This will clear your Internet temp files, Windows old updates and Recycle bin files, etc.
You can open it by typing “Disk Cleanup” in the search bar on Windows 10. OR You simply type “cleanmgr.exe” in Run Command.
Select Your Windows drive “/C”.
The Disk Cleanup will calculate the files and will open.
Select all unnecessary cached files to delete them. After that click on the “Clean up system files“. And then click Yes if prompted.
Be patient to open it again. Then Check all Items to delete from your computer. Click on OK.
It will prompt then click on Delete files.
Now you have to wait for while it clean all the files.
This is a very useful method to delete your system old updates. The Disk Cleanup will clean your storage size up to a very good level.
Clear DNS Cache
DNS cache is the records of all visits and browsing that you recently done.
Open your Command Prompt or CMD.
After that type this command on CMD. —> ipconfig/flushDNS
This will clear your DNS cache And done.
Clear Browser Cache
We know that a Computer User uses multiple browsers. Here we clean all browser cache, (Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Opera Browser, Firefox).
Clean Microsoft Edge
On your Windows open Microsoft Edge. Now click on three dots at the top right and go to settings.
From settings click on “Privacy, search, and services“. Now click on Choose what to clear button.
A small tab will open. From there choose the files to delete. And simply hit the button “Clear now“.
Clean Google Chrome
Open your Google Chrome browser. Press Ctrl + Shift + Delete and done.
OR —-> Click on three dots on the top and go to settings. Scroll down to “Privacy and security“. Click on “Clear browsing data” and Clear data.
Click on your Firefox Browser and go to Settings. From Settings click on “Privacy & Security“. Now Scroll down to “Cookies and Site Data“.
To remove the browsing cache click on “Clear Data” and simply delete it.
Hope this will Help you.