I am the not-so-proud owner of an Asus T200TA - one of those neat little computers which splits into a(n admittedly rather large) tablet and a keyboard as a docking station - running Windows 8.1, for use for my work when on the move. It came with an SSD drive - everyone was singing their praises, so I thought it was probably a good idea - but what I didn't realise from the specs in the computer store was that the effective amount of free space on it is less than 20 GB. It fills up very quickly - I currently have only about 1 GB free, although I've tried to put as many programs as I could onto the D: drive to save space, even though I know that's not a very good idea - and I can't even fit a copy of Word onto it.
With a computer with a normal drive, I guess I could simply have adjusted the partitions to give myself more space on the C: drive at the expense of D:, but of course this won't work in this case (the C: drive seems to be located in the tablet portion, and the D: drive in the keyboard portion). Pretty much all I've added to the C: drive in addition to the existing programs and apps is Adobe Reader (I'm afraid the Reader app is inadequate) and AVG Antivirus - and in fact Control Panel lists the total of installed files as 850 MB, which seems very odd. I know that clutter builds up, but I'm bemused as to why there is so little spare room available. I do have System Restore on for C:, but when I looked the other day there was only the one restore point still there.
I'd welcome any thoughts - provided they don't involve upgrading to Windows 10, but that's another story ...
Edited by alisp, 04 January 2018 - 02:01 PM.