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Windows 7: Windows 7pro Hard drive full

16 Feb 2015   #11

Windows 7 Professional X64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by samjesse View Post
I do not do backups
I was able to recover about 40GB by deleting some accounts and their folders, but the folders returned after reboot.
But that is still too much space used for the OS and the default Admin user.
I do not do backups
Really,why not?

That's the easiest way to get back to square one if you're hit with a virus or have an hdd failure.

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16 Feb 2015   #12

Windows 7 Professional X64

You can at least adjust the maximum disc space.
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