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Hard drive space issue.

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#1 bruinator


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Posted 20 March 2009 - 07:10 PM

I have an older PC which has a 10GB hard drive in it. I have XP Pro as its OS. I also have the following programs on it that I want on it. Peer guardian 2, Ghost surf 2007, threatfire, malwarebytes antimalware, Diskeeper 2009, Orbit, Imageburm, Super antispyware pro 2009, revo uninstaller, winzip. When I go into add/remove programs none of these things look like they take much HD space. Out of the 10GB I have roughly 1.5 GB free but would like to free up more but I can't figure out what is using all of this space? Can someone tell me where it all is? I cleaned up all my cache so it is not that. I appreciate any help given.


PS. I know HD are cheap but not for this 10 year old PC

Edited by bruinator, 20 March 2009 - 07:11 PM.

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Posted 20 March 2009 - 09:25 PM

This free app.
Should help you figure out what is taking up so much space on your hard drive
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