I thought I was running out of disk space, so I ran a program called TreeSize, to tell me where all the files were and who/what was using the biggest chunks. It hung on the NetHood folder, so I used Windows Explorer to look at it "manually". That's when I saw this convoluted directory tree of folders with themselves as sub-folders of themselves.
Can anybody tell me whether or not it is safe to delete things from this folder? Are these entries just pointers (like shortcuts) or will I be actually deleting real folders from my (and other network users') drives? How can I straighten out this mess? Is it possible to delete it completely and let Windows recreate it? Is there anything I can run that will clean it?
Thanks in advance...