Hi all, first time poster here.
Recently, I have been running out of disk space at an alarming rate. I was forced to delete many "unnecessary" files (photos and games) that I wanted to keep. Yet, every few days, I would get a notification saying that my disk is full.
So I downloaded WinDirStat and ran it, and it turns out that nearly 40% of the memory on my computer is being used by .dll and .msp files. I looked it up, and these are apparently important for proper functioning of my machine, yet I can't help but feel that many of them are redundant. Is there a way to delete the unnecessary ones? Preferably with a program that does it for you, as I am not nearly as computer savvy as most of the people on this forum.
I'm not sure if this is relevant, but some computer specs are:
Lenovo x1 Carbon
Windows 7 Pro, Service Pack 1
Processor: Intel® Core i7-3667U CPU @ 2.00 GHz
Thanks for any help!