How to Dump Junk Files

What are Junk Files?

Windows OS requires certain temporary files to help it perform certain tasks smoothly. These files are commonly known as Junk files. These files are no longer required once the concerning file operation has been successfully completed. Sometimes, as in the case of installers, a system reboot is required to unlock and delete these files.

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Dealing with Insufficient Memory in the System

How Windows Memory Works

In Windows environment, the system memory acts as a temporary storage for applications. When an application is executed by the user, it pulls out relevant library files from the hard disk and loads them into the system memory where the data is consumed periodically. When system memory is run out, Windows uses a part of the hard disk as a virtual memory to store the data which spilled out of the physical memory. But Virtual memory can be quite slow compared to the physical memory, and therefore it can slow down the system. However, if the user didn’t assign enough virtual memory to the Windows, it might end up crashing.

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AVRT.dll is Missing, Corrupted or Not Available in Windows Operating System

AVRT.dll is a native library file for Windows operating system which is available since Windows 2000. The purpose of this file is to execute the Multimedia Real-time Runtime service for Windows shell common library file and the Hardware abstract layer library file. It usually resides in the C:\Windows\System32. Absence of this file can cause various errors in system.

Symptoms

AVRT.dll is tied with Windows multimedia services. So the user might not be able to play movies, audio, videos in Windows media player, if the AVRT.dll is not functioning as expected. Skype application might not function as expected, especially when the Cam is switched on. Windows audio service might also not render the sound through the speaker or the headphones.

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Error 1719 Windows 10

Error 1719 stems from an application that uses Microsoft Software Installation (MSI). In other words, whenever you install an application that uses MSI causes this error. How to avoid this error isn’t easy. But we’ve found something for you. First of all scan your computer with the Intel Software Partner, RegInOut. It will check for registry errors and clean up computer junk. 

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Identifying & Cleaning Hidden Junk Files

 

Automatic cleaning of junk files is easy, fast and reliable. You can use the ST Cleaner utility to clean your entire system and supercharge its performance. Equip your PC with this software here: 

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Manually Cleaning Hidden Junks

  1. Open File Explorer.
  2. In the Search Box on upper right corner of the screen, one by one type following file extensions to get different results for various duplicate file types. The following list is incomplete. Here is complete list of all temporary file extensions.

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