How do I get my cursor back on Windows 10?

Ivan Jenic
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13. Clean your temporary files and folders

The simplest and quickest manner to delete your temporary files and folders is to use Disk Cleanup. As you use your computer or browse the Internet, your PC accumulates various unnecessary files.

These so called junk files may affect your computer’s processing speed, causing apps to respond slowly.

They may also trigger various error codes and hardware issues as well. Clean your temporary files as this action may bring back your cursor.

Here’s how to use Disk Cleanup on Windows 10:

1. Hit the Windows key to go to Start > type Disk Cleanup > launch the tool

2. Select the disk that you want to clean > the tool will them tell you how much space you can free up

3. Select “Clean up system files”.


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