I ran TFC and it cleaned about 138mb of temp files out, I then went to defrag using defraggler(seeing as i already have that installed) and it's letting me know that if i defrag with less then 10% of real harddrive space that it'll be limited and slow. So what should i do.
EDIT: I started the defrag, i noticed that alot of the defrag files are from system volume files/_restore is that anything to be worried about.
I also looked inside that folder and that's where the restore points are stored i guess, and it appears to be making a restore point daily, Which before i remember it making one every other day and deleting older ones,now the latter is happening which is taking up a good amount of space (100-300mb, with 11 RP folders in total) I'm assuming that's what's been magically eating up space on my hard drive, Any info on what i should do?
Also, The only way i was able to find this _restore folder was through opening the containing folder of one of the fragmented files. The system volume files folder is otherwise empty even with hidden files enabled.
EDIT 2: Did some searching, Found out that the alloted space for my system restore somehow got rasied (it was at 12% Which is 12gigs) What should i change it to, to be a normal amount? I also used disc cleanup to remove all old restore points but the recent one, and I'm back up to 8.63gigs which was the normal amount i had before the infection.
Edited by DarkPhase, 10 December 2010 - 06:06 AM.