It’s a known fact that Windows 7 is an incredibly stable and solid operating system. You may never know when you need to reinstall your OS though. When the OS is fresh in the market, there may not be much updates to handle after the installation.
However, when the operation system matures, you’ll probably need to download and install updates and patches more often. And then comes the irritating part with having to reinstall applications and drivers. Spending many hours to make progress and multiple restarts isn’t a great way to deal with things. Let’s take a look at another way today!
Most PC users are unaware of how many such duplicate files are out there eating their hard disk space. One of the most tedious tasks in cleaning up your computer to reclaim hard drive space is to find and delete these duplicate files.
If you ever decide to clean up your system you don’t need to go, search and compare each and every file manually. Duplicate Cleaner is a perfect utility for this! We can sweep off these files in just 4 steps after the installation.
Have you ever been stuck up with deleting, moving or renaming a file in Windows with no real clue except weird error messages? Most of us have come across this problem.
You usually get an error that reads “Cannot perform the operation. File access denied” if you try to delete a file and that’s it. If you’re like me, this will absolutely drive you up the wall. “How dare the OS not listen to what I’m saying!”, you’ll fume. Surely, there must be an easy way!
Read on to find out how to solve this tiny, but oh so annoying issue.