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Posted 27 July 2008 - 04:26 PM
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Posted 03 August 2008 - 05:15 AM
programs that you do use or need anymore
you can run disk clean up
Click Start button
then All Programs
Click ok Run
type this in
put check in all boxes except Program Files
and confirm delete
if you want more space you can gain it from system restore
Start>>>Control Panel>>System>>>System Restore Tab>>Slide The slider Back to About 3% Click Ok
If you dont see slider then Click on the drive in the box >>>it should be C:drive then click on settings
The Slider should show >>Slide it back to 3% >>>Click apply and Ok to close
you could also run CleanUp
download it from this site
you will gain a consider amoutable space
Posted 03 August 2008 - 06:29 PM
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Posted 05 August 2008 - 01:54 PM
When you install updates from Windows Update, backup folders are created for the files that were replaced during the update. These are created so that you can easily uninstall a particular Hotfix, if it causes problems with your system. If your system is running stable and you don't need to uninstall the hotfixes, then you can safely remove the backup files to free up disk space.
This utility will locate the Hotfixes that have created backup files on your system, and will remove those backups. It will also removes the associated Registry entries for these items in Add/Remove Programs.
NOTE: This utility does NOT remove application specific hotfix backups (Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, Media player and etc.). It will only remove hotfix backups that are specific to the Windows XP operating system.
Additionally, you may not notice an immediate recovery of disk space. This is because the backup files are protected by System Restore. When they are deleted, System Restore places a copy in the most recent, or a new, restore point. As older restore points are flushed out, and new ones created, you'll see the space gain.
Posted 01 November 2008 - 02:16 PM
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