I realize this is way off topic, but I wanted to share it with you anyway.
No third party software needed and it works every time in Windows 10.
Creating and restoring an image only takes a few minutes from a SSD drive to an external USB3 drive. Here is the tutorial:
Create a system image in Windows 10
Install Classic Shell to avoid Windows 10 frustrations: http://www.classicshell.net/
Go to File History
(Create a shortcut on the desktop first)
Options, top right hand corner (*) – Set up File History
Turn on (File History is on)
System Image Backup (bottom left)
Create a system image
On a hard disk – Your external USB3 hard drive
On Your external USB3 hard drive you will find the folder “WindowsImageBackup”, but you cannot open it or restore from there
Restore a system image in Windows 10
Start or restart Windows while hitting F8 many times
Repair Your Computer – Enter
System Image Recovery
Click on Your user name – Password: Your password – Continue
Use the last available system image (recommended)
Please leave a comment if it also works for you.
Disk Cleanup path (in Windows 10)
Windows Administrative Tools
Files to delete
Clean up system files
Actually these two programs are all you need to cleanup your PC.
Over the years I have tried almost every paid and unpaid “System Cleaner” and I have never experienced any improvement in speed, smoothness or “Repairing Issues”.
Most of these programs show you there are terrible software problems and then “Solve” these problems.
It may give you a good feeling at that moment, but it’s mainly nonsense.
An extreme example is “Reimage Repair”.
I bought it, tried it for a week and got a refund because it did not solve anything that the above 2 programs can do.
My advice is to only run Disk Cleanup and CCleaner.
After that you should create a System Image, as I have explained before.
And this advice is shared with many real experts on the Internet.
(I am only an Experience Expert)
Cmd - Run as administrator
netsh int ip reset logfile.txt
netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt
netsh winsock reset catalog
Download and install the latest Router firmware.
Reset the router every once in a while by unplugging it from the wall socket for 1 minute and plugging it back in again.
Immediately buy a SSD drive