You now have four options. Follow the for free guide here, Print this page and follow the guide on paper. Follow a video guide ( I am currently updating the videos as the ones shown are from the pervious website layout) Or you could simply load onto your mobile and follow from there, don't forget to rotate the phone for a bigger picture.
When we first began to clean up the PC, we used the PC Checkup option. This at the time cleared out some basic un-needed junk and stuff. What we can do now is clear out any unused windows, other application files, and other traces left behind that are taking up space and slowing down the PC.
If you haven't already done so, start up Wisecare by going to your desktop and double clicking the Wisecare icon.
In the new window you will see more options such as under the Files In Computer tab, ‘Windows System, Browser cache etc. On your first visit, only the Web Browser Cache tick box is checked.
The other tick boxes are not checked, this is because Wisecare is giving you the option to clear out these areas. For example, if you didn’t want to clear out the cookies on the PC, you simply leave this option unchecked. We need to clear out the lot so, check each box individually until all boxes are checked.
Once all the options are checked, click the link to Scan these entries. If the system finds any browser windows open, it asks If you want to close them. Click yes to close, if you don’t, the system will not clear out the cache for these browsers which is what we want to do.
This step could take a little while depending on the amount of junk there is in your PC. Closing the browser where your step by step guide shows will need restarting. Click the shortcut on your desktop to load up for free and come back up this page.
The next step will throw a new window at you asking if you want to clear out the cookies on your computer. This is an option open to you and will be your personal preference as to if you wish all your passwords cleared. for free warns you that Clearing them will cause you to have to log on to other websites and re-insert your user name and password. I use Chrome as my browser and like the automatic save, automatic insert password when I log on to other sites so, my choice is not to clear the cookies, it is up to you to decide this.
Once the cleaning has been completed, the system shows you exactly what was cleaned, the size of the files and the number of the files. I personally on this run, saved almost a gigabyte of space on my PC. Now it is time to move on.
You can either take a break and close Wisecare then, proceed to the next step or, you can move directly on to clear out some more stuff. Go to the Cleanup tab and click clean up registry.