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hibernation file cleaner

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Can anyone tell me if it is safe to remove the hibernation file cleaner when i do a disk clean up? It takes up 893 MB, i don't use hibernation, ever. Is it something i can remove and maybe have more space on my pc? I have a vista HP desktop. Thanks! Cree :)
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If you don't use hibernation, you can certainly remove that hibernation file when you do a disk cleanup. Deleting it is rarely harmful, and if you do use hibernation, it will just create a new file when you hibernate the next time. No worries!
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