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I have Windows Vista 32-bit Operating System and I'm having problems with storage. I needed to download Java for my HP notebook and was told the computer does not have enough storage to do that. So, first I ran a disk clean-up to free up space. Although I freed up space, it was not enough. Then, I downloaded ATF-Cleaner, which also freed up some space, but not enough for me to download. So then i tried uninstalling programs in order to free up enough space, but was told that I could not uninstall programs until I installed Windows Installer. Ironically, I cannot download or install Windows Installer because there is not enough storage left on my computer to do so. What can I do to free up space? I am willing to uninstall any unnecessary programs (Quicktime, Apple programs, games, etc.) in order to free up space, I just need to know how I can do so without the advantage of having Windows Installer.
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