*To delete older restore points, but leave the system restore turned on:
Go to start/ My computer/ right Click the Drive in question/Properties/Disk Cleanup/More
Options tab on the next window/ System Restore/Cleanup.*
Then lets alter the amount of space used for restore points. It is probably at default of 12%.
Go to start/ run/ type in sysdm.cpl/ at click on ok.
On the system restore tab near the middle (right side) is settings. Click on settings.
Bring the slider down to about 6-7%.
Get us another screen shot of computer management (instructions in post 3)
I suspect that you have more than just programs left on that drive. This is based on what I see and knowing what I have on my company laptop that has 7% left on a 40gb drive (it is packed with programs and data).
Rshaffer61 If we get some space, you might want to run TreeSize to see what shows up. I need to leave.