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Basicly, your PDA has these kinds of storage areas:
1. Main Storage (Where windows is)
3. Storage Card (2GB in your case)
If your main storage area is full, your PDA will start to show up messages that your memory is full. In this case, if your personal zip files, or other files are in your main storage area, you can transfer them to your Storage Card (cut & paste) using the file explorer in the start menu to free up some space in your Main Storage area. But be carefull while doing this process, because some files are needed to stay in the main storage area for the windows to function properly. So you should consider only transfering personal data like notes, pictures, etc..
Try installing some other file explorer such as Resco File Explorer and then try to delete the files. In case you get the error message again, tap and hold the file in Resco Explorer and click on Properties and remote the checkboxes for Hidden, System, Archive. Tap Ok and then try to delete.
There are 2 different sets of memory - the built-in "Storage memory" & the microSD "Storage Card". You can see how full they are: 1: Run "Task Manager". 2: Choose "Menu", choose "System Info".
I'm guessing that your Internet Explorer cache is large, filling up the "Storage memory". To clear it: 1: Run Internet Explorer. 2: Choose "Menu", choose "Tools", choose "Options", choose "Memory" 3: Select "Temporary Files" & "Clear". This will run a minute or so.
Make sure that all programs you have been using are closed when you press the cross (X). The factory settings are se to minimize the application instead of closing the program. This will keep all the applications running on the background instead of actually being closed. There are options under the menu setting options that give you the option of closing the applications by taping X or by pressing and holding X. I set tapping on mine.
The more programs running on the background the more memory usage.