If you open your C drive and click on edit in the toolbar, you can click on select all, then right click on any highlighted folder and select properties. Towards the top of the box that opens, you will see the count of all files and folders on that drive. Do that on all drives, add the number of files on each drive together, and you will have the number of all files on your computer.
It can take several minutes for all the files to be counted once the properties box opens.
Before you do that, make sure that you have Windows set to not hide system files and to not hide protected files so that all your files are showing.
Edited by Stang777, 09 January 2010 - 02:23 AM.