Which function key clears the cache

Windows Empty Windows cache - that's how it works


A cache is a set of temporary files used by a program or the operating system. Windows is full of temporary files that help the operating system work. Occasionally, however, these file caches can become corrupted or so large that they affect your computer's performance.

Clear cache with Disk Cleanup

With the built-in Disk Cleanup, you can easily get rid of files that are inadvertently taking up your storage space. Follow our step-by-step instructions or take a look at the quick start guide.

Clear explorer cache

In addition to file management operations, Explorer.exe also implements the shell - the desktop, taskbar, desktop icons, and start menu are parts of the Explorer app. There are many unnecessary files that you can simply delete:

quick start Guide

  1. Give "Disk cleanup"in the Windows search bar and click on the result of the same name.
  2. Under "drive"choose now"C:". Then click"OK".
  3. Check the options "Temporary data" and "Thumbnails". Click" againOK".
  4. Finally confirm the process with "delete files".