Quote: Originally Posted by Bare Foot Kid
Hello blackdot, welcome to Seven Forums!
Have a look at this tutorial at the link below to see if it will get you some space back; 30GB is not nearly enough space for the OS and installed programs/apps. How to Free Up and Recover Hard Drive Space
thanks, there were some tricks i didnt know. i guess with the sync-files i can save some Gb's. Or is it possible to tell him, that he shall not put synced files on C: ?
Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143
As you add programs and updates the size does grow.
Well i recognised that. Isnt there a way, that every file a program brings is installed where i order it to insteady of messing up my windows partition?
Quote: Originally Posted by p5bdkw
I use 50Gb for OS, but that's because I have a large drive.
You could get away with 25Gb, 35Gb or 40Gb.
It all depend upon what you're installing.
If you have more than one partition, you may want to use partitioning software to increase the size of the OS partition.
If i use such a software i dont need to reinstall windows? that would be great, because it sucks to install all programs and drivers all over again.