Posted 29 December 2007 - 04:01 PM
I performed by a technician, a long while ago, a partition of my hard disk. In "C" it's supposed not to be too many new files; mean, big application files. Well, with time "C" has been filled up to the point, sometimes, it's impossible to defrag. The very rare point is that, also sometimes, it appears periodically a very convenient and huge free space. Ultimately a small free space has been permanent. I really "cannot" give new format again, because I have a lot of impossible to replace material. To move files from C to D is a very uneasy task to accomplish without having severe troubles when one pretends to delete the original copied archives. As a matter of facts this was the reason for my mentioned formatting: to have lost essential archives. I have very effective applications for cleaning but they have not helped me very much in this exact point. Many thanks and friendly greetings.
"There are atoms and vacuum; the rest is opinion"
(Democritus, several centuries before Hume and Kant)