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Miscelenious places on C Drive that hold a lot of data?

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2 years ago#1
I have only 53.4 GB left out of 223GB

I deleted system restore points and did a "disk cleanup"

Where is all my space at?

Is there a way to find the biggest area of GB holding
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2 years ago#2
Download Windirstat and point it at your C drive, and let it run. It'll give you a breakdown of what the biggest folders/files are, along with a visual representation so you can click on a box and be immediately directed to it within the program.
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2 years ago#3
windirstat is one of the most useful tools out there.
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2 years ago#4
Windirstat or Treesize. I like the latter better, personally.
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2 years ago#5
Thanks for that windirstat. Just freed up nearly 20gb on my ssd.
2 years ago#6
Shub posted...
Windirstat or Treesize. I like the latter better, personally.


why?

AnatomyHorror posted...
Thanks for that windirstat. Just freed up nearly 20gb on my ssd.


windirstat is great, you could also consider turning hibernate off if you haven't already:

start -> run -> cmd -> powercfg -h off
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