iApproach would like to offer some tips for keeping your system running fast or as fast as possible. In most cases these small tips can make a significant difference in speed and performance.
*Warning: these are general tips and in most cases, should not harm your computer or files in any way. Before you begin, it is always a good idea to have a current backup. We highly recommend that you contact us if you have any questions regarding any of the tips listed. iApproach is not responsible for any errors or other issues that may be introduced with the following procedures . Use at your own risk.*
Okay, so we have to go through that, now let's get down to business. (video tutorials, coming soon)
Temporary Files: temp files come in many different flavors. For instance, when you open a MS Word document, the program opens/creates an additional file, called a temp file. This file should be deleted or removed when you close the program. However, this is not always the case and over time these build up to be thousands of temp files. Not only are they taking up space, but the system will look at these files, trying to determine whether they are needed for anything. So, what we need to do is go through and clean up the temp files. See how it's done!
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