RE: Can I delete all those $NtUninstall...$ files on C:\Windows (for X
Yes, but it's best to *move* them elsewhere or burn a CD, etc., if you're
running low on space. The folders/files are created when you install
updates, and you need them present there if you ever want to uninstall the
patches in question.
Created when you installed IE7.
If you delete them you will no longer be able to uninstall IE7
Created when you install a service pack.
If you are currently using XP with SP2
then if you remove the folder you can no longer
When and if you install SP3 this folder grow in size
as it will contain both SP2 and SP3 uninstall files.
If you have already installed SP3 then I would leave
this folder as is until you are certain that no bugs have
cropped up after installing SP3.
Note: Once you delete this folder you are stuck with SP3
Have a look here:
What are the $NTUninstall folders? Can they be deleted?
See <http://www3.telus.net/dandemar/spack.htm> and
Note: Do not delete the $hf_mig$ folder. This folder will be used by future
> I guess these files are for restore original operation system or uninstall
> updates. If I don't want uninstall those updates, can I delete these file to
> save space?