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Program that breaks down C: usage

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by daverose808, Oct 3, 2008.

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  1. daverose808

    daverose808 Thread Starter

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    i used to have a program that showed me which folders had large files in them. i cant remember its name... it even made a pie chart i think. does anyone know the name of this freeware?
     
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    i found a good substitute using google, "TreeSize Free" - - its not what i remember having, but it gets the job done. i was surprised to see that there were so many gigs wasting away in my temporary internet files folder. it seems like every time i watched a video online, it was saving a copy in there?! is there a way to stop that from happening, so i dont have to delete all of it after it builds up?
     
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    Start/All Programs/Accessories/System Tools/Scheduled Tasks ... Disk Cleanup Schedule it to your convenience ....

    That's the XP path , would imagine it's similar in Vista
     
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    Closing duplicate.
     
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