Posted 13 October 2004 - 10:38 AM
Wallpaper is found in Windows/Web/Wallpaper--- not sure where screensavers are located. I doubt that you will free up much space either place unless you have downloaded a lot of extra stuff over time. You might want to investigate deleting unneeded fonts. If you Google, you will find lists of those you need to retain; others may be eliminated.
If you have not done so, search your HD for any files with .zip extensions; many applications are downloaded as a zip file, then extracted, but the orginal zip file remains on the hard drive unless you delete it right away.
If you use disk cleanup, take a look at the tab "more options." There are some Windows components you can uninstall (see the first box) to free up a little space. Click on "clean up" to see these. Chances are you can uncheck desktop themes and accessibility features.
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