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Using Windows98's Disk Cleanup

In Category: Windows 98

Windows98 has a built-in utility called Disk Cleanup.
You can run it from either the Start / Programs / Accessories / System Tools / Disk Cleanup or directly run CLEANMGR.EXE

Select the drive you want to clean
From here you can delete:

* Temporary Internet Files
* Downloaded Program Files
* The Recycle Bin
* Temporary Files
* Non-Critical Files

You can also view the files before they are deleted

If you have the Plus Pack for Windows98, you can install the Disk Cleanup addition.
It will build a index of several other file-types.
They are:

* Archives (Zip)
* Backup
* Clipart
* Icons and Cursors
* Empty Folders
* Fonts
* Help Files
* Lost Cluster Files
* Multimedia Files
* Screen Savers
* Setup Files
* Temporary Files
* Text Files
* Wallpaper Files
* Zero-Byte Files

You can then delete any individual files you want. You can also sort by name, type, size, date or location.

Note: If you want to run this last program directory, it is \ PROGRAM FILE \ PLUS! \ CLEANUP \ FILECLN.EXE
This program will also run on Win95, NT 4 and NT 5 without the Plus Pack being installed.

 
 

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