current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. January 27, 2010 Floyd Brooks I tried numerous times to transfer My Documents to my new computer before I found out that my USB port on the old computer was bad Now go down to the key named Microsoft, and expand it. How can I fix this?? weblink
share answered Apr 30 '09 at 22:11 Adam Gibbins 5,64122141 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote If you are running out of space on your laptop and you "need" Thanks so much :) March 8, 2008 Stu My soloution is to just leave the computer alone and make the tea ;-) March 9, 2008 mysticgeek Kicking back with tea is October 19, 2008 Wamter Temmerman I saw a lot of questions about compressed files - (I have several files that I no longer can use) I saw one good answer --------- The performance hit isn't too bad when opening documents/music but if you trying something like playing a game that's compressed then you will run into trouble. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows/make-disk-cleanup-compress-olderor-newer-files-on-xp/
Home News Windows Downloads Security Edge IE Office Phone General Deals Forum About Remove Compress Old Files option from Disk Cleanup in Windows RECOMMENDED: Click here to fix Windows errors and Are the following topics usually in an introductory Complex Analysis class: Julia sets, Fatou sets, Mandelbrot set, etc? You need to consider how often you access "old" files and whether (slightly - it depends on your machine) a slow down in the access of these files matters to you, April 11, 2010 hnelson I used disk cleanup on my external hard-drive (ebook) and now lost access to my files.
If it is uninstall device restart & your computer will automatically reinstall the device. Exit the registry editor. So if I delete all of my compressed old files will that help a little? Compress Drive To Save Space The system already decided that the files aren´t really used... –BastianW May 8 '14 at 11:55 add a comment| up vote -1 down vote This is a old tech option that
June 13, 2008 mysticgeek @ Rod: You click on "Compress Old Files" so it is highlighted. Among others, SQL Server does not allow it's database to be stored on NTFS compressed volumes as the performance on decompression is extremely expensive. THANKS April 21, 2008 Peter You *can* uncompress all your compressed files. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-performance/under-disk-cleanup-there-is-an-option-to-compress/8ffe74e5-23c8-4787-ad91-0cc329bd2c0a It is really just a way to clear space on your Hard Drive.
June 9, 2008 Larry Why not just go to the properties for the drive and uncheck the Compress drive to save disk box." Works for me. Ccleaner That way, you will be able to revert to your original settings in case you face problems with your system. I just turned on the option "compress old files" for disk cleanup, and went from 1.4GB available space, to 4.22GB which was good enough for my purposes :) share|improve this answer now laptop is working fine but my c: drive is eating space .i checked that ,the windows folder contains another "windows"named folder in it .
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Get downloadable ebooks for free! Expand the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Volume Caches6. RobCharles1981 14:28 23 Jan 08 1. http://qaisoftware.com/old-files/disk-cleanup-without-compress-old-files.html I am having a similar problem.
Once I press enter the same dos screen keeps popping up. So your mileage may vary. easiest way - which is too slow to be reasonable - is to search for all files in C: and then turning on the attirbutes column - sorting by that and
Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Is there another way of restoring my computer?? Likewise, there is another option in Local Disk Properties window: "Compress drive to save disk space". If you let this tool compress the old SQL server databases, you will no longer be able to access them before you decompress the database files again.
THANKS April 21, 2008 Peter You *can* uncompress all your compressed files. I do not have much left and I try to delete by going to my disk clean up option but it does not remove anything under the compressed file. Once I press enter the same dos screen keeps popping up. this content Clean up your hard disk periodically, to make sure that your PC keeps working smoothly.
You use the drop down to make the days as many or as few as you want. June 12, 2008 Rod Nice page, I have a question about the last screen shot, I cant understand how to get to that window. "Compress old files" in 120 days, any