Re: recovery files
There is a program called CCLEANER that lets you
remove individual restore points among other things
its is quite safe but I would suggest not running the
registry cleaner part of it
try Googling for it. It is a free download
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"charles cashion" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Curious wrote:
>> You are confusing the recovery partition files which your PC manufacturer
>> provides with the original system so that you can rebuild the entire OS
>> with the Restore Points which the OS provides so you can back up to a
>> previous date/time.
>> "charles cashion" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>> Vista Home Premium
>>> I wanted to deleted the older recovery files,
>>> but found that I could delete all or nothing.
>>> ?Q: Is there a way to selectively delete
>>> recovery points files?
> Let me see if I can word this correctly...
> I thought I could selectively remove restore points.
> I am certain that I have done this, but I cannot remember
> how long ago I did this.
> I just discovered that I can remove all or nothing.
> Am I on the wrong screen?
> Restore points might be (almost) a red herring. I would
> like the answer to selective removal of restore points,
> but the real problem is: something is filling my hard drive.
> When I first started using my new Vista Home Premium,
> my total disk usage was about 11GB. Now C:\Windows
> takes 22GB while c:\users\cmcnuz takes about 2.5GB.