Quote: Originally Posted by popflop
16gigs sounds fair.
If im correct the Windows is the folder you put on your SSD to improve the boot-up speed?
You install Windows on an SSD to improve boot speed. You DON"T simply move the Windows folder to the SSD. You need to reinstall.
WinDirStat shows you have over 12 gigs of temp files. Run CCleaner or something like that and get rid of them.
You have 187 gigs of program files, so you obviously have a lot of applications and a sizable installation in general. You have 17 gigs of DLL files---I have 11 gigs of them.
I'd do a general cleanup and investigate the top 6 or 8 file extensions shown on the right side of WinDirStat. Maybe you need all of that stuff and maybe you don't.
But you certainly should dump all those temp files.
You can also get rid of the hibernation file and save 6 gigs if you don't use hibernation.