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I have Dell XPS 1210 laptop in that C: drive has a capacity of 100 GB; it shows 62 GB occupied and 38 GB is free. But after exploring C: drive and selecting all files & directory including hidden folders (control A), checked property then it shows only 32 GB occupied. I wanted to know where the 30 GB occupied and how to clear the space.
100 gb is in single partition, I tried defragment but no luck. I have window Vista is it differs? because I noticed that after restoring the restore point I lost almost 10 GB space. Any solution for this?
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
Is the 100Gb divided into 2 partition?
since you have done the show all folder and files. and nothing else show up. you can do a defreg. to compress the drive. you may have lots of fragmented files. (that account for the lost space).
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