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Intel D845 also I thought i would let you know that in the c: disk clean up options you can delete old restore points to free up more drive space plus more options , and turning off or exiting any programs running that you are not going to be using will save processing speed and ram memory usage if you need any other assistance don't hesitate to ask ! electech

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as per my thinking u need to ceak all settings and close all unused application thru "msconfig" and allso chek system setting if u know about best perofance defult then try to do as this it's help u...:)

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I always get a message that I have low disk space on my C Drive.I always do a cleanup but never have enough.Can I just take my hard drive to my local computer shop and buy more disk space?

Hey run Disk clean up command
Windows includes a built-in tool that deletes temporary files and other unimportant data. To access it, right-click one of your hard drives in the Computer window and select Properties.

Hey run Disk clean up command
Windows includes a built-in tool that deletes temporary files and other unimportant data. To access it, right-click one of your hard drives in the Computer window and select Properties.
Click the Disk Cleanup button in the disk properties window.

Click the Disk Cleanup button in the disk properties window.

4-fyhrps5fgfplomibuptu3dbk-4-14.png Select the types of files you want to delete and click OK. This includes temporary files, log files, files in your recycle bin, and other unimportant files.
You can also clean up system files, which don't appear in the list here. Click the Clean up system files button if you also want to delete system files.

After you do, you can click the More Options button and use the Clean up button under System Restore and Shadow Copies to delete system restore data. This button deletes all but the most recent restore point, so ensure your computer is working properly before using it - you won't be able to use older system restore points.

Jul 22, 2017 | Hard Computers & Internet

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I have a Toshiba satelite laptop that runs slow and says that it is neary full. I need to free some some space but do not know what to delete. Everything on it seams to relate to microsoft.

You may have installed every softwares on your System Drive (typically C:/, where the OS is installed). Try to install them on other partitions, this will free up some spaces.

You may try with Disk Cleanup utility. To use it go to: Start> All Programs> Accessories> System Tools> Disk CleanUp. This will ask you which of the disk to be cleaned up. Select the desired System Drive Letter and click on OK. You may delete Windows Error reporting files, System error memory dump files from there. You can also delete older restore points by clicking on Clean Up System Files. Select System drive letter as before and click on more options. Under System Restore and shadow copies click clean up. This will remove all but the latest restore point.

Hope this helps, Mrityunjay

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Cannot delete "System Volume Information" on extra drive

There is a free software title called ccleaner (a registry cleaner) that also gives you the option to delete system restore points. I would give that a shot.

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How do I remove all the deleted e-mail from my pc because I got a message telling me I have used all the 20 space i am intartle

Just click the Start button and click Run (or Search if you are using Vista or Win 7). Type the command and then press the Enter key: cleanmgr
Click OK on the next screen. Windows will calculate the files it can compress and delete and will give you a list after a little time. It may take a few minutes as it says.
Select or unselect, whether you want to delete or not and press OK. Click Yes when asked.
Once again, start the cleanup manager using the above method. This time, click on More Options. You have a few more options to free up space on drive C. You can free up quite an amount of space by using the second and third cleanup buttons. Use them. use the third button first, for removing the old restore points.
After removing the unwanted or very old and unused programs and old system restore points, click on OK
Want to free some more space? Copy stuff from your Documents or My Documents folder to another drive or partition if you have (like D or E), on the hard disk. Or just move the old/unwanted stuff to a CD/DVD.
Hope that helps. Regards, Raspal
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My laptop has been using lots of room lately, and its vista. PLus i tried lots of techniques, cc cleaner, and avg, and stuff. I had 300 gb, yesterday it went down to 240 now its 231! Help!

1. Run 'Disk Clean Up' on all drives.

2. Goto My Computer -> Select any Drive (C: ,D: or E:)

3. Right-Click the drive and open Properties.

4. Click on Disk Clean up.

5. It will ask permission. Click on "Files from All Users on this Computer".

6. A window will open. Click on 'More Options' .

7. Click on 'Clean up' button under 'System Restore and Shadow Copies' option (its the 2nd option).

8. It will ask for comfirmation. Click on Delete and OK.

9. It will delete all the restore points, except the last one.

10. Now you can check the free disk space!

if it helps tell! :)

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Low disk space on recovery H disk

Have you emptied the internet files? Go to tools on the toolbar, the go to options and empty temporary internet files. Run disk defragment from the start button when you are done.

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Slow performance caused by unnecessary programs???

If your computer is running really slow, have you thought about cleaning it with windows disk cleaner? If your computer is otherwise working normally and you haven't loaded any programs that your want within the last couple of days you can also clean up your restore points and save loads of disk space. To do this go to Start>programs>accessories>system tools> Disk cleanup and tick the boxes that you want to clean for example tempory files etc then click on the tab that says more options and clean up system restore, it will still keep your most recent restore point. It will ask you if you are sure that you want to do this, click ok or yes. If you haven't done this before it may take a long time to open while it is compressing old files and determine how much space you will gain. But be patient, the longer it takes, the more space you gain because it is locating files that can be deleted. I hope this helps.

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I need more disk space on presario 1200

Let me know the space of your Hard Disk? and what is the size of your Hard Disk?

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