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Re: c drive depletes
Let me explain you exactly
hoping that there is enough amount of space allotted for c drive
updating the operating system that is turning on windows updates consumes lot of space for example it can consume an average of 2gb if you are updating regularly the operating system
updating the antivirus regularly consumes a lot of space
ok now coming to the point,even if you have set the default download drive as other than c drive. when you download any stuff the downloaded file is temporarily stored in c drive before transferring it to the destination set by you. so,whenever you download any thing make sure there is quite a amount of space.
defragment the drive regularly
allot atleast 20gb for c drive
do not store the downloaded files in c drive
make sure you install only necessary updates of your operating system using custom install
updating a antivirus weekly is sufficient
install a software called tuneup utilities which you can downnload from the below link
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28 G is enough space to have for C drive ...It can be made larger but only when you reinstall completely from a bootable cd ...cause you can not delete a partition that contain the operation system ...If you want to repartition them you need to get it from scratch and when you get to the point after loading all primary files and reads the previous operation system...than choose not repair..and when it shows all partitions ..delete them all one by one ...(not choose install until you make them again and re-assign the space ) .. But ..for C drive it is enough 28 G ..so what you need to do is move stuff by cut and paste to another partition from the C drive ...specially from the desktop and from My documents ..and in the future..make the download directors in another partition ..this way you avoid to fill up the C drive .. another thing to do is to go to my computer folder , right click on C drive ...and properties...and in there choose disk clean-up ) ...this will erase all files like temporary and unused ...ones...and make some space also ..
Sounds like you have an bad sector in with the windows system files. Yes backup now! I would buy another hard drive, you can try to re format and put you stuff back on, but for the price of hard drive buy an new one.
Simply buying the external hard drive is one thing. Did you simply plug it in, copy stuff over, or _move_ stuff over? You have to move stuff over in one spot to make room elsewhere. Cut-and-paste is your friend. Do not move programs this way -- just data, like videos, music, photos and word processing documents.
There's a wonderful program called ATF-Cleaner from http://www.atribune.org that can also search your computer for unused files. (Windows has a built-in program, too: click Start: Accessories: System Tools: Disk Cleanup). But the ATF-Cleaner is a bit more thorough, does more stuff. You may be simply wasting a surprising amount of hard drive space on stuff like temporary files that became pretty much permanent. You can also free up some space by deleting old System Restore files and the clike -- look through Disk Cleanup.