July 17th, 2003, 06:44 PM
There is a nice little tool called Treesize available on the web. It gives you a nice graphical view of all the directories/folders/files and allows you to easily see which directories are the space hogs. I think its free and it can be found easily through google, downloads.com, etc... I have used this several times on various clients of mine and find it very intuitive and like it.
\"Now yer diggin where the taters grow!\"
July 17th, 2003, 07:08 PM
Thank you very much everybody. I really appreciate it
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July 17th, 2003, 07:19 PM
yeh now ur gettin it acid...hell with deleting lil stuff..that wont add up to that much memory...u must have missed my posts as all u have when i said get rid of the extra partition and format??? Read other posts before postin ur reply cuz the same thing might already be posted.
July 17th, 2003, 08:14 PM
Sorry about that deftones12, plus have skipped over that...
But that is always my solution to any problem, or when I feel my computer is becoming "slow"... just do a nice format/reload
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Formatting my server because someone hacked into it sounds pretty boring to me...
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July 17th, 2003, 10:02 PM
yeh i need to redo mine pretty soon...just a hassle when i have to back everything up and keep it all organized...beats redoing a server though 'eh
July 17th, 2003, 10:31 PM
On a side note, do you have Indexing Service turned on? If so, you might want to turn it off. You might also want to delete all of the files contained in c:\windows\prefetch. This may or may not free up a lot of space, but worth a try I guess.
Also make sure to delete the temp folder files for each account (guests, admin, etc).
You could also try doing a search through start>search>for files or folders, and then having it search for all large files/folders.