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Old 06-20-2008
Ricardo
 

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a while ago there was 28,7gb free(available) in my computer and now is 27,7gb
free. It happens all the time with diferent values. Sometimes 29,1gb free,
other times 28,7gb, all the time changes. I dont download anything, anyway it
also happens when i get connection to the internet. Is that normal?
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Old 06-20-2008
Steve Thackery
 

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> Is that normal?

Yes, perfectly. Vista messes about making system restore points, shadow
copies and so on. Nothing at all to worry about. It won't eat all your
disk space!

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Old 06-24-2008
comphulk
 

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Re: hudge difference

Yeah it's normal. Vista is making all these system restore points. And
every time you use the web, it'll download stuff into you're web cache
which is on you're hard disk, so you have faster loading speeds. On my
computer it got as high as 800 MB. Just run disk cleanup every week and
you should be fine. Or, you could get CCleaner, it's so much better than
disk cleanup and free. and it supports Vista SP1


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