Posted 05 February 2007 - 09:50 AM
Page files (swap files) are only temporary areas the computer's operating system uses in place of RAM; these are completely cleared when you shut your computer down.
To determine where the growth from day to day is, you can compare the data in Sequoia by saving the information at the beginning of one day, and doing the same at boot the next day. You would, of course, not be able to download anything very large during that time.
If you have system restore functioning, you may wish to see how many files (=s restore points) Windows is keeping.
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