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First delete the temporary files.
On unix you can use rm command in folder "/tmp" or "/var/tmp".
On windows, open Internet Explorer and go to menu Tools-->Internet Options and in "General" tab under "Browsing History" block delete the temporary files. This will give you some breathing space to work with other applications. Then open a file manager like "Windows Explorer" (for unix you can find similar applications). Look for the files which you don't need anymore and delete them. You can even move some of the big files onto your external drive connected to the system via usb cable.
Hope this helps.
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