Hello Help PLease!!!

arinbmw

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Dear Users, my notebook`s Drive C: is decreasing withing minutes! I deleted a lot of things, and i had forexample 2 GB space! then it becomes 135Mb and when i Refresh the Windows Explorer! it is decreasing withing seconds! what can be the problem?!
 


Neemobeer

Windows Forum Team
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Well the obvious answer is something is chewing up space. You'll need to download a program to examine your file system such as Tree Size to determine what is eating up space and cleanup locations that can be cleaned up. TreeSize Free - Quickly Scan Directory Sizes and Find Space Hogs
 


arinbmw

New Member
Well the obvious answer is something is chewing up space. You'll need to download a program to examine your file system such as Tree Size to determine what is eating up space and cleanup locations that can be cleaned up. TreeSize Free - Quickly Scan Directory Sizes and Find Space Hogs
I Used CCleaner, and Malwarebyts it deleted! but again same problem! i did not used TreeSezi, i will use it now
 


arinbmw

New Member
Well the obvious answer is something is chewing up space. You'll need to download a program to examine your file system such as Tree Size to determine what is eating up space and cleanup locations that can be cleaned up. TreeSize Free - Quickly Scan Directory Sizes and Find Space Hogs
Here! can you Help?
 


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Neemobeer

Windows Forum Team
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The installer cache is normally very large. Deleting it isn't usually a good idea. Your Windows directory is a bit higher than what it should be, but that's likely due to how long the system has bee around.

Download Patch Cleaner and run it. It may take sometime for it to finish. Once it does select Delete to remove orphaned and superseded patches. I have a feeling you will clean up around 30GB.
PatchCleaner
 


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