Posted by Google News on Monday, June 13, 2019 05:12:53Hi there!
We all know how important cleaning your Windows system is, but you may not know how to clean it in your own Windows machine.
We’ve written a guide to help you clean your PC and desktop from a clean, fast, and reliable perspective.
If you’re new to Windows, it’s important to know the basic concepts before you begin to learn the tricks and tricks to get the most out of your computer.
Let’s get started!
Download the Windows Cleaner Application (WCE) from the Windows Store and install it to your desktop.
You’ll find a file called “clean.exe” in the folder that contains “Windows Cleaner” on your desktop, and it will ask you to run the program.
This is how it looks on Windows 7 or 8.1:When the WCE is running, it will clean your computer from all the programs you use, and you’ll see a small clean bar at the top of your desktop that you can tap to start the process.
This bar will take about 10 seconds to appear, so tap it.
The WCE will ask for a name and password for the computer to clean.
To choose a clean computer, choose the clean tab and then tap the icon next to the clean computer’s name, and then choose the name you’d like it to be named.
The name you select will be replaced with the name of the computer, and the bar will appear on the right side of your screen.
You can choose to clean multiple computers, or select only one computer to be cleaned.
When the Cleaner starts, you’ll be asked to choose a Windows version from the list below.
If your Windows version is lower than 8.2, the WCC will clean the current version instead.
When you’re done, the clean bar will disappear, and your clean computer will be returned to the Cleaned folder.
You will now be able to clean any Windows version you like.
You can then uninstall the Cleaners application.
To uninstall it, select the clean folder icon next.
From there, the application will automatically uninstall all the previous Cleaners applications, and delete any that it can’t.
It will also clear any traces of any previous Cleaner applications.
The program will also start to scan your computer for malicious software.
When the scan is complete, it should say something like: You have detected that your computer is infected with malware, please run a scan to remove the malware from your computer, otherwise your system may not be fully secure.
If you see the following message: Windows Cleaning is unable to find any malware, this indicates that you are running Windows 10 or later, and not an older Windows version.
You may want to remove Windows 10 and reinstall it, as some malware may still be present on your computer and may cause damage.
If so, you may need to reinstall Windows 10.
When you reinstall the operating system, the malware should be removed.
You will then be able access your system from the Cleaning application, and Windows will reboot back to normal.
When this process is complete the WPCM is no longer running, but the Clean and Cleaned folders remain on your Desktop.
If any files are left behind in your system, they may be needed for future Cleaners to be installed.
If that’s the case, you can delete the files and restore your system to a clean state.
You now have a clean Windows system, which is good, because the WCPE can clean it even when your computer isn’t using it.
If a virus is hiding in your Windows installation, you should reinstall your operating system and clean your system again.
However, if your computer does have viruses, you will want to take a look at the Windows Virus Removal Tool.