View Poll Results: Should I format my pc?

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    Overrun PC

    What should I do?
    My PC is completely filled up with stuff, I have a 2TB hard drive that I have used a TB of already and I think it has had a consequence on my PC.
    Should I format it or should I just leave it as it will not make a difference?

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    Just go through things like your documents and program files and anything that you dont want just delete.
    And uninstall any programs you dont need

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    What you really need to do is go through your things, find anything that you want to keep, and then format. Deleting a few files here and there can help, but a fresh start with only the things you need will be much better.
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    It's not necessary unless it's slowing your PC down or if you feel like it.
    Click the 'Thanks' button at the bottom right if I helped you in some way or if you're a good person looking to thank me for no reason


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    Get an external HDD and shove all your crap on there ^_^

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    I would format it...

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    Hmm depends, if it giving problems / slow boot / not running software properly then format.
    If not, leave it,
    Also try backing up stuff you want the most to an external HDD like sb above suggested.
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