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Forum: General Discussion 15 Dec 2010
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I got like 3 gigs by deleting my hibefile ( I...

I got like 3 gigs by deleting my hibefile ( I don't use hibernation), and yes I kind of did need the free space, as I only had 300 MB free on my C: drive and could only clear out about another 300 MB...
Forum: General Discussion 15 Dec 2010
Replies: 23
Views: 49,363
Posted By Plitter
So all in all there really is no safe way to make...

So all in all there really is no safe way to make the folder smaller is there?
Forum: General Discussion 15 Dec 2010
Replies: 23
Views: 49,363
Posted By Plitter
I don't know whether I do install/uninstall...

I don't know whether I do install/uninstall things frequently, I don't think I do it more than I should, but I have installed and then uninstalled things here and there, but I don't think its too...
Forum: General Discussion 15 Dec 2010
Replies: 23
Views: 49,363
Posted By Plitter
Ok, I ran it again and clicked on C: this time,...

Ok, I ran it again and clicked on C: this time, the result is, one again, in the attachment.

I also added whats inside the Windows folder after editing.
Forum: General Discussion 15 Dec 2010
Replies: 23
Views: 49,363
Posted By Plitter
You still didn't answer my question: What is...

You still didn't answer my question:

What is considered the norm for the Windows folder?


But anyway, I ran the program you suggested, and the upper left pane(I hope) is in attachments.

And...
Forum: General Discussion 14 Dec 2010
Replies: 23
Views: 49,363
Posted By Plitter
You guys are talking how its not out of norm, I...

You guys are talking how its not out of norm, I would like to know what is concidered to be the norm for the Windows folder, as mine is now 21.2GB.

Thanks in advance.
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