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Item No. ： FH-041
Suitable to carry many items during the exhibition or international show ,This is a heavy duty range of box for transportation,storage of your valuable products or items suitably spaced with foam partitions.
Easily customizable with your logo and accessories requirements specific to your needs.
From an order of as little as 100 pieces you can obtain an aluminium case in your desired size,colour and interior. We can design your perfect case together. Simply contact us directly and we will get back to you
* Inside : 39*27*14 CM
* Outside: 40*28*15CM
* EVA shape foam in lid and bottom part
* We will be happy to manufacture individual foam inserts for the aluminium cases according to your requirements
* Sliver ABS surface material
* One black comfortable handling
* two lokys
* 8 pcs plastic coners
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Software has a way of accumulating on your Windows machine, and for the sake of security, system performance, and disk space, it’s a good idea to clear out junk files every so often. Sometimes Windows may make you do an in-place upgrade (which happens frequently for members of the Insider program). This means that the operating system is completely re-installed, but you keep your files and installed programs. A side-effect of this process is a lot of leftover files that you may never use again, including an archived copy of the old Windows build that you just upgraded from. If you find yourself doing one of these upgrades, or if you just want to check for stuff you can get rid of, there are a few easy things you can do that don’t require installing special software.
The Disk Cleanup tool
Every storage device in your computer has access to the Disk Cleanup tool. Find it by clicking the Start button, typing “disk cleanup” (without the quotes), and clicking the Disk Cleanup shortcut in your search results. (Click and drag this shortcut to your desktop or taskbar for easier access next time.) You can also find the tool by right-clicking a storage device in File Explorer, selecting Properties, and clicking the Disk Cleanup button to the right of the pie chart.
Sometimes the shortcut doesn’t show up in your search results. If this is the case, instead of typing “disk cleanup,” type “free up disk space” (without the quotes). A phrase may work when the name of the program doesn’t.
disk cleanup window
If you have a lot of stuff to clean up, it may take the tool several minutes to analyze your situation and get your cruft organized for deletion. Once that’s done, you’ll get a new window listing separate deletable elements. Some boxes are pre-checked, such as the one next to Temporary Internet Files.
Browser and thumbnail caches
Browser and thumbnail caches can consume several gigabytes if you use Internet Explorer or Edge as your main browser. When you load a webpage, it gets stored here for quicker access later, so cleaning out the cache can make future browsing slower.
Chrome and Firefox caches get cleaned from within those apps through a menu accessed by pressing Ctrl-Shift-Del when the browser is open. This shortcut also works for IE and Edge, and it’s preferable to do it within the browser, since you can elect to keep things like cookies and passwords while deleting everything else. (Microsoft Edge is exclusive to Windows 10, so don’t be alarmed if you can’t find it in Windows 7 or 8.1.)
Since you’re likely to reuse the contents of the cache on a regular basis, and it will gradually bloat up again, you may not want to clear the cache unless you’re uninstalling the browser. You might also want to clear cache if you have security concerns — an unauthorized user who gets access to the device can access these caches and possibly extract private information.
Internet Explorer delete browsing history
The Thumbnails item is for all the small images that File Explorer creates when you tell it to display media files using the icon view. Pictures and videos don’t have thumbnails by default, so Windows generates them. As a result, the Thumbnails category in the Disk Cleanup tool can grow over time. But if you clear it out, Windows will have to re-generate those images the next time you view a folder that’s set to view by icons. Each thumbnail can take a second to create, which adds up if you’re a photographer or videographer. So we recommend leaving the Thumbnails item in Disk Cleanup unchecked, unless its size is creating issues.
The biggest hoarders of your disk space are probably system files, so click the “Clean up system files” button to access them. This will perform another analysis, which can take a few minutes, especially if it detects Windows Update items that can be cleaned up. Then it will load a window that looks exactly like the analysis results window you saw in Disk Cleanup. This time, however, there are additional items in the list. If you’re using Windows 7, you may find several gigabytes of Service Pack Backup Files listed. In theory, this archive can be used to undo a service pack.
Cleaning up system files
Windows Update Cleanup also frequently has several gigabytes of files you can delete. These are the update files themselves, which Windows may archive for easier access later, if needed. Checking boxes next to these and clicking the OK button will delete all these files. If you do that, however, keep in mind that Windows may not be able to roll back to the older versions of the system files that the updates have changed, unless you made an external backup image of your C: drive first. And unfortunately you can’t pick which Update Cleanup files you want to keep — it’s all or nothing.