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How to delete empty folders in Windows

Have you ever been irritated when you search something, and finally come across a huge list of empty folders? Certainly, these empty folders are harmless to your computer. They do not take much space at all. But indeed they make it harder to find files. Here you may wonder where these empty folders come from.

These empty folders mostly are created when you uninstall applications. When a software is installed, it packs many folders in which there are necessary files related to it. When you uninstall it, these empty folders are left behind. As time goes by, more empty folders clutter up the parent directory, which makes it become a huge task to manually delete them one by one. While how to delete empty folders in Windows in an easy way? Here comes the detail procedure.

1. Download AdvancedSystemCare below and install it on system.
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2. Open it and change to the “Expert Mode”. Click “Toolbox”, then click the “Empty Folder Scanner”.

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3. After clicking“Empty Folder Scanner”, please choose the disk and click “Scan”.
Choose disk

Choose disk


Scan Empty Folder

Scan Empty Folder


4. After you running“Scan”, all the empty files are found, you can either choose certain folders or select all, and click “Delete” to remove the empty folders from your computer.
Delete Empty Folder

Delete Empty Folder


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