Groove users encounter the pile of duplicate music across their music collection, and it affects the performance of their computer as well as of Groove’s.
Google drive is a free service from Google that allows you to store important files online and access them anywhere using the cloud. Sometimes, problems do occur in Google Drive and one of them is the “not syncing” problem. With the help of this article you will
Microsoft .NET Framework is a vital component of many software distributed around the Web. Clone Files Checker calls upon the functions and files that are part of Microsoft .NET Framework. The software developers need not code many predefined functions in Microsoft .NET Framework and they aren’t necessarily within the program. Like many other applications, CFC heavily relies on .NET Framework.
Typically, Microsoft automatically installs the latest available version of Microsoft .NET Framework through Windows Updates feature or during the Windows installation stage. It may be possible that Microsoft .NET Framework is already downloaded/ installed by other applications.
An internal HDD has a limited amount of space, typically 320 GB or 1 TB. It holds operating system installation files, program data and user files. It becomes cluttered with junk data spread over several GBs during the course of time.
Among the largest space hogs are the spared runtime information files created by different applications and the installer extracted files that are supposed to be purged after use. These files are no longer needed after the concerning program is closed or the setup task is completed, however the only way the user can get rid of these files is by either deleting them manually or by getting the job done through a third-party software. Such files wreck havoc on the computer if left unchecked for a long time as the computer will be progressively sluggish, experience runtime errors or it may even experience the Blue Screen of Death.
Read on to find out how can you prevent such issues from arising in your computer.
So you bought a brand new, shiny PC sometime back and expected it to retain its sheen for a long time. However, you later discovered it was all good looking from the outside, it was a completely different story from the inside. Your machine became full of crud, gunk and duplicate iTunes music that clogs up tens of GBs and slows down the machine.
Though Windows has a built-in mechanism to get rid of old installation files, dump files, old backups, cached contents, temps, web temps and so on, it sadly lacks a feature that finds and cleans up duplicate files (all file types). So how will you deal with growing number of duplicate iTunes media items? Read on…