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I just bought a new pc. I have 2 hard drives. One is C, an SSD HD of 60 gb where is installed Windows and the other is a normal HD of 2tb.

When i started the first time my computer I found that the space on C was just 20 gb. Someone told me to move the paging file to D so now i have 34gb, but im still missing 10 gb.Im really worried as i need to install some software that requires 10/15 gb of space.

Can someone help me to know where these 10 gb are and if there is some opportunitis to create more space on C?


very hard to say without looking at the Disk management?

Can you send a screen shot of your disk management on here? To get this go to

Start --> Control Panel -->Administrative Tools -->Computer Management-->Disk Management

This might provide a few more answers to your missing space

  • I went to disk managment but it not seems there are a lot of informations, i have a screen capturer but dont know how to upload on here – marsio Mar 1 '11 at 0:14
  • you will have to uploa the pic somewhere and provide a link to it on here using the following syntax. { ![Network Diagram][1] } minus the curl braces and then put the following { { [1]:whateverthelinkis } – IanN Mar 1 '11 at 0:40
  • I follewed someonline tutotials and i reduced the percentage og the restore points usage and now seems that i recovered 10 gigs :) – marsio Mar 2 '11 at 18:34

JDiskReport ( http://www.jgoodies.com/freeware/jdiskreport/ ) is your friend.

I find this little tool invaluable in finding where all my hard drive space has gone.


Or try TreeSize Pro, which analyzes your disk space and provides the results in clear statistics and diagrams: http://www.jam-software.com/treesize/ (free trial for 30 days)

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