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How big is your windows folder?

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sphere    0

3gb

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SkaterAustin    0

1.09 gigs

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sphere    0

Can you delete the windows/system folder in xp?

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engmike8    0

538 megs here

Win XP Pro

im sure i can get it under 500, i havent deleted any help files and a few other logs and other things. I might delet some things, but i want to make sure system restore still works

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antsy    9

Guys use alt+PrtSc and dont save screenshots at Jpegs :angry::no::rolleyes: Gifs or even better pngs

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lawtai    3

The windows folder on the computer I'm currently using is about 2 Gigs.

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engmike8    0

whats the difference between print screen and alt+print screen?

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lammmetak    0

mine is about 1.83 gig mmmz something is wrong here again

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Acezo    0
whats the difference between print screen and alt+print screen?

Alt+PS makes a screenshot of the active window

PS alone makes a screenshot of everything visible

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VGVL    0

2.43GB

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HPMCommander    0

here be izz miyne

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Acezo    0

;)

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CaKeY    0

Here's mine. It's gonna go on a crash diet soon though. :D

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TheBlackJawa    0

mine is 1.14GB

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Mike Douglas    0

heres mine

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Evolution    16

Can anyone tell me if I should keep lastgood and lastgood.tmp or whether I should just delete them like I did the dllcache and the drivers folder? Is it essential to the system or only helpful? Did you delete it or keep it?

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Oblivion    0

Mine is 1.38 GB And Size On Disk Is 1.47 GB :)

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cal2002    0

I Win! :devil:

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DsnBehind    0

Thread resurrection! Kill him! :o

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Iain    0
Thread resurrection! Kill him! :o

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freeeekyyy    1

I'd rathwer not break my system just for a little extra speed..I'm not stuid, or obsessed with meaningless things like how big my windows folder is.

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raskren    0
I'd rathwer not break my system just for a little extra speed..I'm not stuid, or obsessed with meaningless things like how big my windows folder is.

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Once again...

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k22    5

2.78gb

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hotrod    0

you mean someone brought a 2 year old thread out of resurection to post the damn size of their windows folder? GEEEZZUUUS!

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