Posted 27 November 2007 - 08:11 PM
I just installed Vista Ultimate 64-bit (got it from a friend who already had vista, and he won this in a contest. All I had to do was buy him a 40$ power supply and put it in). It's been really nice so far, once I turned the UAC, Firewall, and all the protection off (I'm willing to risk it to be less annoyed) .
Enough of my ranting, is it ok to delete my old windows files (the actual files to run the OS)? When I did a clean install of Vista it still kept all my old files and the actual Windows files. I'm wondering if this is really needed? I was thinking maybe it was so some of my older programs could still work, but if it doesn't I want to delete it because I'm down to like 7-8gb on my hard drive. Thanks!
"I think there is a world market for maybe five computers." - Thomas Watson, Chairman of IBM, 1943