How to remove tens of gigabytes of meaningless caches that are on your hard disk

So you’ve owned your Windows PC for a few years, and probably one with an Nvidia graphics card, or maybe even just for one or two years. And you’ve found yourself wondering, “Is it time for me to invest in a bigger hard disk?”. However, you can possibly be able to hold off the purchase for another while, since chances are that a considerable percentage of your hard disk is currently filled with practically meaningless caches, temp files and fallback files, that can reach into the tens of gigabytes on many systems.

In this article, I’ll cite all the culprits that I am able to remember from memory, after having undergone a deep cleaning process a few days ago.

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