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mngllilly

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Hello
I have XP home with 27g of usable space. Right now, I have only 590mb free, but I've tallied all the programs/files that would take a lot of space and it only adds up to 23g max. How can I find out how the rest of disk space is taken up? I've cleared unused programs, cache, etc. Is there a way to seeing a breakdown of disk space? I tried to defragment, but it needs 15% free space and I only have 2% - it's a catch22 really.

Thanks!
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Ainvictus

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type PREFETCH at RUN, there are files and folders in there i guess. delete all those........ and by the way did you include in your tally the space eaten by windows directory? its huge..... : ) .... thats all for now. im gonna peep on my windows box so that i could give you more.....
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