The Way To Restore Document After System Clean – Safer Is Better
- Why Computer Becomes Slow
- How Do We Often Clean our System in Windows 7
- Other Three Solutions to Increasing System Speed
- Restore Document after System Clean Safely
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Why Computer Becomes SlowThus, it may take you dozens of seconds or even minutes to open just a document. This is, of course, an abnormal thing and it is a very annoying thing that makes lots of users feel sick about it. Some of them even prefer to stop using the computer with a pretty slow speed rather than suffer a lot from the inefficient working or studying on it.
Actually, regular clean of system and hard disk defragmentation can do us a great favor in managing our data and letting computer speed stay in a normal level. But what about the boot speed? What factors can affect it and how can we maintain a fast boot speed? There are also 3 reasons that have a great impact on boot speed of system.
1.Too many programs are loaded during system boot process.
2.Large picture file is used as the desktop background.
3.No regular system clean or disk defragmentation is performed to computer.
We can see that the last one is the factor that could obviously decrease the speed of both computer running speed and system boot speed.
The smallest unit of hard disk file storage is sector. One sector can only store one file at a time while a file is often saved in more than one sector. After a hard disk has been used for a long time, a lot of intermittent sectors will appear on it due to the numerous adding, changing and deleting of files. There will be more and more files saved in hard disk discontinuously, so that the hard disk head needs more time for jumping around in order to read data. That’s why hard drive speed is decreasing as time goes on. It also explains clearly how hard disk defragmentation can help to enhance speed.
As for the system clean, it is another efficient way to increase computer speed. It will release more free space from hard disk so as to reduce the burden on it. Unnecessary programs (the seldom used or never used ones) and files (like temporary files) will be cleared out from computer. System clean is to computer what slimming is to fat people. And please don’t be worried about how to restore document after system clean if you accidentally deleted some useful files.
How Do We Often Clean our System in Windows 7In addition to temp files, there are also many other disk junk files needing to be cleaned out from computer in order to enhance computer speed and performance. How do we often do to achieve this goal? 4 commonly used ways are briefly introduced here; users who want to clean their system are advised to read those ways carefully and start cleaning the disk in person.
1.Disk Cleanup: first of all, users need to open “Computer”; then, choose and right click on the system drive; afterwards, there will be a pop-up interface, in which users need to choose “Properties”; after that, users just need to click on “Disk Cleanup” button to let system clean start and proceed automatically. Users had better only open the necessary programs when performing Disk Cleanup in order to achieve better cleaning effect.
2.Batch rubbish (one key clean-up system junk files): create a new text document by right clicking on the desktop and choosing “New” -> “Text Document”. Copy the following content into this new document.
@ Echo off
title win7 system refuse removal
echo clean up junk files, speed is determined by the size of computer files, did not see the end of the information
echo Do not close this window, you are now using the the Win7 system junk key clean-up tools.
echo Cleaning system junk files, please wait ...
echo delete the patch backup directory
RD% windir% / $ hf_mig $ / Q / S
echo patch uninstall folder name to save 2950800.txt
dir% windir% / $ NtUninstall * / a: d / b>% windir% / 2950800.txt
the echo read from the 2950800.txt folder list and delete folders
for / f%% i in (% windir% / 2950800.txt) do rd% windir% /%% i / s / q
echo delete 2950800.txt,
del% windir% / 2950800.txt / f / q
echo delete the patch installation log content (following del / f / s / q% systemdrive% / * log already contains delete such files)
del% windir% / KB *. log / f / q
echo delete the system disk directory temporary files
del / f / s / q% systemdrive% / *. tmp
echo delete the system disk directory temporary files
del / f / s / q% systemdrive% / *. _mp
echo delete the system disk directory log file
del / f / s / q% systemdrive% / *. log
echo delete system disk directory the GID files (temporary files, the specific role is unknown)
del / f / s / q% systemdrive% / *. gid
echo delete the system directory the scandisk (ScanDisk) leaving the useless files
del / f / s / q% systemdrive% / *. chk
old echo delete the system directory
del / f / s / q% systemdrive% / *. old
echo delete unwanted files of the Recycle Bin
del / f / s / q% systemdrive% / recycled / *. *
echo delete the system directory backup file
del / f / s / q% windir% / *. bak
echo delete the application temporary files
del / f / s / q% windir% / prefetch / *. *
echo delete system maintenance and operation of the temporary file
rd / s / q% windir% / temp md% windir% / temp
echo delete the current user's cookie (IE)
del / f / q% userprofile% / cookies / *. *
echo delete temporary Internet files
del / f / s / q "% userprofile% / local settings / temporary internet files / *. *"
echo delete the current user the daily operation of the temporary file
del / f / s / q "% userprofile% / local settings / temp / *. *"
the echo remove access records (in the Start menu the document stuff inside)
del / f / s / q "% userprofile% / recent / *. *"
Then, save the new document file as something.bat (something is the file name which can be changed by users while .bat is the suffix which is settled). After that, click the bat file to start system clean.
3.Garbage cleaning software: lots of software aiming at clearing system junk files made their appearance on current software market for users to choose from. Some of them are really practical (powerful in disk cleaning effect and convenient in users operation). Thus, users can choose a reliable one after investigation.
4.Remove files manually: for common users, system clean software seems to be the only reliable and safe way to delete unnecessary files in system. However, it is actually not the case. In fact, there are a lot of files (under system drive) that can be removed by us manually. The only problem is that a permission issue is involved in Windows 7: the operations related to system can only be carried out by administrator, so users must log in Windows 7 as an administrator to be able to delete files in system drive.
First of all, the “Help” folder under C:\Windows (C: drive is often the system drive) can surely be deleted.
Then, the “temp” folder under C:\Windows can also be deleted since it only includes setup documents and temporary files.
Besides, users are allowed and suggested to delete the left-over generated by uninstalled programs.
Users can find other suitable ways to clean system by themselves as long as they can confirm that no damage will be brought to hard drive data. However, the often case is – users are not very sure about the results that their operations will bring and they always take actions in haste. Thus, finding ways to restore document after system clean becomes very urgent.
Other Three Solutions to Increasing System SpeedUsers may also choose to clean their system by performing the following operations in person, without paying much attention to data security.
- System restore: as an experienced computer user, you may know well about how to make use of “System Restore” function; as a common user, you don’t know so much about why we need to and how to use “System Restore” function, but you do have heard of it before.
As the picture shows, it is used to fix problems that might be making your computer run slowly or stop responding. And it doesn’t do harm to your documents, pictures and other personal data unless they’re saved in system partition.
In other words, system restore only changes the system drive state generally, so please transfer out your useful data from it in advance if necessary. Besides, if the computer is attacked by virus or there’s something wrong with the restore, data loss may also happen to other non-system drives. Yet, please don’t worry about this since we’ll provide effective solutions to help you recover data from system restore.
- Format system drive
Though Windows Disk Management doesn’t allow users to format the system partition, some users will choose to use third-party software to accomplish this. Of course, they remember to backup files in system drive. However, it often takes a long time for users to backup all data in system drive, let alone all disk drives. (In general, the files saved in other drives will not be damaged. But in case of unexpected errors, users should backup important files saved in non-system drives as well)
After backing up all system files and the files they need, users will start to format the system partition with special method. When the formatting process is over, the computer won’t boot normally since there is no system. At this time, users need to install a system to their computer just like the first time when they bought a new PC. When the whole work is done, users can work or study on computer as usual. By the way, the data stored on desktop are also saved in system drive, actually.
It has been agreed that system drive format will clear all data in it. So how to recover data on desktop after system reinstall and how to recover data from formatted system drive draws much attention of the public. What we want to say here is please stop worrying, the MiniTool Power Data Recovery we’ll introduce later can be a good assistant for everyone.
- Upgrade system to Windows 10
Believe it or not, Windows 10 is greeted by a large number of computer users. And we find two main reasons for users to upgrade their system to Windows 10: the idea of experiencing new system and the purpose of improving computer performance including running responding & speed.
However, nothing is plain sailing. Problems occur frequently during system upgrade. Some users say they’re in face of black screen, blue screen and unlimited reboot, others say some important documents are missing from their computer after upgrade has been completed. Both cases are tough enough for those green hands/inexperienced users.
In view of this, we’re going to introduce the ways to recover documents missing after upgrading to Windows 10 with the help of MiniTool Power Data Recovery. Meanwhile, the methods we’ll mention are also suitable for users to get data back in all above cases.
Restore Document after System Clean SafelyFirst of all, users may think of sending their computer to data recovery agencies to get lost data recovered. This is effective except that confidential or private data may be leaked out during the recovery process.
Secondly, users may ask help from people who’re proficient in this filed and then do what they tell them to do in person. This is much safer than the first way in aspect of privacy protection. Though, it is not a secure method for data itself. Why? That is because users are very likely to bring secondary damage to lost data due to unfamiliarity with related operations.
Thirdly, users will employ a third-party recovery program to help them find back needed data. This is safer than previous two methods. What’s more, friendly and wizard interfaces can be seen in MiniTool Power Data Recovery, decreasing the possibility of users making mistakes.
No matter you want to restore document after system clean, recover data on desktop after system reinstall or recover data from system restore, as long as the computer can boot normally, the “Damaged Partition Recovery” module should be chosen from the main interface of any editions of MiniTool Power Data Recovery (except bootable edition, which is useful for recovering files from computer hard drive with no system or a corrupted system).
On the contrary, if users encounter boot problem, they have to make use of MiniTool Power Data Recovery Boot Disk. Make the boot disk and connect it to target computer -> modify computer startup settings -> choose to boot from this boot disk -> click “OK” to continue when an “Information” window pops up reminding users to connect removable disk to computer if they want to save recovered files into it.
At last, choose “Damaged Partition Recovery” (when the target partition exists and only some files lost) or “Lost Partition Recovery” (when the target partition is missing from computer) to start recovery under guidance.