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Q.  How do I clean up Temporary Files?
A.  Get rid of the temporary files that your computer amasses over time. Go to Computer (or My Computer) or Windows Explorer, and right-click the letter associated with your hard disk (usually C:). Click Properties, and then click Disk Cleanup.
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Community Services:

To help out our community, we accept used PC systems and refurbish them to good working condition and clean them of the prior owner's data. We then make them available to needy people or non-profit organizations who can't afford to purchase new systems. With a collection of systems ready to go to a good home, all it takes is a request to our community service team by filling out our e-mail Form and you could walk away with one!
We would like to thank American Pacific Mortgage located in Roseville, California for donating many used machines towards our efforts to supply the underprivileged youth and the elderly who are on a fixed income and cannot afford purchasing their own computers. We take that extra step to make sure everything is wipped and zeroed out before passing them on to our recipents.
If you have a used computer that is in good shape and it can be refurbished, please let us know and we will prepare it for someone in need. Help us make someone's day by donating towards our good cause.