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Rollback RX

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I go to a laptop based university and they installed this program Rollback RX. It has been a huge pain for all the students. It keeps eating up space. I have a C and D drive the program is making them have the same amount of space free on both and the amount of free space is reducing slowly. It went down by about 200Mb over night. The IT service people have no clue what is going on there answer to everything is format, format format. Was just wondering if anyone has any experience with this program and if they have any suggestions to try and fix this problem.

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did the university provide the laptop or does it belong to you? Do you have access to the program? Are these the university technicians who are suggesting a "format"?
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Windows System Restore uses 5-15% disk space per snapshot. RollBack Rx only uses 0.07%

i wonder how frequently they've set their snapshot schedule?
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