I keep getting the "Low on Disk Space" dialog box and Win98 has me do a "Disk Clean Up" more than twice a day. I thought my answer to this problem would be converting my drive to FAT32 but when I try I get a message that it can't convert because config.sys has to many device drivers. It said to REM out some of them so I have enough space to continue converting. How do I know which ones to REM out? Is this just temporary so that once I'm converted to FAT32 I can go back to Config.sys and remove the REMs? Is this really the answer to my "Low on Disk Space" problem? I have 64 mg of RAM. If I sound like I don't know what I'm talking about, your right!!
Thanks for the help...Donna