Thanks people, I figured it all out.
Just fyi, I found that when installed, GDS will configure to
place the indexed files to:
C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Local Settings\Application Data\Google Desktop
But if there is insufficient space on the C: drive (I suppose <5GB)
then it will choose the D: Partition.
There is a utility called TweakGDS (available here <a href="http://podsync.com/downloads.htm">PodSync.com</a>
) that allows the user to modify the default settings.
But apparently in my situation, I had allowd my C: drive to become too full, and GDS began indexing
in my D: partition without my knowledge. So now I've found about 3GB indexed files on
partition C: in the default folder, and also the 1GB that was mysteriously
in D: haha, a mess, as stuff has been strewn all over.
So, I decided to just uninstall and delete everything from both C: and D: and start over.
I won't have the problem now, because I got rid of abot 20GB of junk I had sitting around on
my C: drive. That's how I discovered the problem in the first place. I was trying to clear out
all the junk and found those files being indexed in D:.
But that is what happened, so if anybody is going to install Google Desktop Search, make sure you've got
at least 7GB free, or download the TweakGDS utility to configure it differently, or it does what it wants!! ha
But I still love the program for long time even tho it spies on me and phones home etc...hahaha
And CilyPudi thanks you for your attention to my dilemma.
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