Re: Duplicate Files
I found disk cleanup. I was looking in the 'Tools' tab.
I've using it form the start menu.
And Luis, your English is fine.
"JamesJ" <jjy@darwin_roadrunner.com> wrote in message
> Not really an issue was just curious.
> I don't want to disable shadow copy. Restore have saved me
> in th past and I use Disk Cleanup evry week.
> But when I right click c: (my local drive) and select properties I see no
> 'disk cleaning' in the properties.
> Should it be there?
> "Luis Armelin" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Good Morning James,
>> It happens when the system has shadow copies enabled. It is enabled when
>> you create the restoration points. Every time, when you change the file,
>> the system will save a shadow copy to you.
>> It can be disable in => Start/ right clik in Computer / Propriety / Click
>> System Protection and deselect local drive C: in disks avaiable.
>> Other way to get disk space is doing a 'disk cleaning'. On Windows
>> Explorer, right click on local disk and click proprieties. Click in 'disk
>> cleaning'. When 'disk cleaning' window appear, click in 'more options'
>> tab go to system restoration and shasow copy and click in 'clean'
>> TO save disk space in your computer, you would do this two steps above.
>> It would resolve your issue.
>> Sorry by my english...
>> "JamesJ" <jjy@darwin_roadrunner.com> escreveu na mensagem
>>> Is it normal for Vista Home Basic to store 2 to 5 duplicates of the
>>> same file?
>>> I used a 3rd party program top search for duplicates and I couldn't
>>> how many and how much space is being used up by these files.
>>> And this was a scan of the Program Files folder only. I'm not talking
>>> about kilobytes that was
>>> suggested in my recent post about .MSC files. I can't even begin to
>>> fathom how
>>> much disk space these files are taking up.