Computers are a machine to perform function systematically. It’s the system that controls and categorizes data. It turns information into a single file that can be viewed at a specific location on your computer. If you use this software your operating system data is saved in a different folder on your local drive. File system helps you to manage your data in the best possible manner. Your PC is most likely to pile data that is redundant, junk or unwanted and apparently hogs space on its disk. Here we have discussed some best disk cleaner software for you.
This is our first utility that scans, analyzes and presents your entire disk usage in several summaries. You can look up to these summaries to figure out you junk file or biggest one. These summaries include file size, file types, Attributes, date, time and many more things. Once you have preview files on summaries, you can go to delete them and free your disk space.
WinDirStar is another Disk cleaner tool. It has a great interface. This software analyzes present disk usage in several colors indicating different file extension. You can click any color and find the exact files that our stay on your computer. This tool also helps you to delete unwanted files.
CCleaner is another tool to cleanup your disk and it developed by Piriform. This Software is available in different versions that include a free, and two paid versions. The paid version is Professional and Professional Plus. The free version helps you to faster your computer and protects privacy and paid version includes many more features.
This Disk cleaner analyzes and categorizes tour data in files to its file type. This software has various viewers to analyze files, namely Common Cleaner, Advanced Cleaner, Slimmer System and Disk Defrag. When you’ve checked all files on your disk, you can proceed to removal with ‘Clean’ button.
Anyone with a steady hand on Office might find this tool better than others. Its interface highly influenced by that of docx files. When this tool scans your disk, it presents all the data in treemap view. TreeSize also shows you the usage disk in a pie chart.