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I've been desperately trying to clear memory on my C drive...and keep it off. I deleted about 200MB of data out of my ZoneAlarm internet log file, and nothing has come back, but the other day I checked my drive space to find that I had about 20MB left after having over 200 just the day before :D <_<
Well, I was looking around today and found a 100+MB file that's titled "WindowsXP-SP2-x86fre-USA-2180.psf.blob", and it's located in this address "C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download\6ca7b3a8efd5a9b6f87fff395a2eb989\download". Would this be something safe to delete? It's taking up a lot of space and I'd love to get rid of it and figure out what the problem is so I don't constantly get this "Low Disk Space" message on the desktop :D

Any help would be appreciated...
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If this helps any, it says it was created Wednesday, August 4th, 2004.
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Nevermind...I just followed the "Easy XP Tweaks" sticky at the top of this forum, and I now have 969MB of free drive space :D

I should have just looked there first <_<
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