Some people think that error writing files is just a harmless error that can be handled easily. Others feel that it’s a sign of a serious illness and should be treated accordingly. In the past, I’ve taken a hard line on the error writing file topic. There’s a reason why we’re taught to clear our desk, and why we should never use sticky notes. These rules are meant to save paper and prevent injury.
The error writing file has no one official name. In fact, there are a number of different ways that people make a mistake. The most common one is that they accidentally delete a file. That is, they press the delete button and it just disappears. Then there are people who don’t have the option of pressing the delete button and instead just press the home button.
The problem with this is that just pressing the home button is not going to actually delete anything. This is especially true if the file doesn’t actually exist. If this is the case, just pressing the delete button again is going to show you the same file as the previous time someone pressed the home button. The solution is to clear your hard drive. This is the only thing you can do to actually free up space on the drive for anything else.
We use the same trick on the computer at work. If we have to clear the drive, it’s so that we can change the server settings on our domain for our website. This really is the only thing we have to do to get the drive to clear.
To clear the drive, you need to be in the terminal (Windows) or in the command prompt (Mac).
A word of caution, if you have more than a few gigabytes of files on your hard drive, this will slow down your Mac or Windows to a crawl and you will end up with a slow connection. But if you have only a few gigs, its probably not a big deal. If you have a few megabytes of files, you can use the Disk Utility program to do a quick clean, and you should be good to go.
If you have a few gigabytes of data on your hard drive, then you can use the Disk Utility to get it to do a clean. The Disk Utility program does the job for you. It is capable of working a few gigabytes of data, but if you have a few gigabytes of data on your hard drive, that will be sufficient for your Mac or Windows, not to mention the speed of your Mac or Windows.
It is true that a few gigabytes of data will suffice for Disk Utility to clean up your files, but it is still not that big of a deal. Disk Utility is a utility which allows you to clean up your hard drive. You can do it directly from the Mac’s System Preferences or Windows’ Disk Cleanup tool.
The issue with Disk Utility is that you will be left with a lot of files that have no purpose. We call this “error writing file,” because most of the time, you will end up with a folder that has no actual purpose, other than to have an error.