Two days ago I had a full
C: drive, after which I deleted 8 GB of data. The next day the hard drive was full again, so I continued with deleting another 5 GB, and once again the next day the disk was full.
After some searching for what caused the disk space to be filled so quickly, I used the
windirstat tool to find which files took up the most space. I found out that the
CBS.log file, which is located in
c:\windows\logs\cbs\, is 20 GB large.
I am using Windows 8.
- Should this file be this large, and if not, how can I reduce the size?
- What is the purpose of this file?
- Can I delete it?