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To delete the April Restore Points try:
Highlight the Disk name of the disk you want to work on.
Then in the window you get by clicking Configure (as above), under Disk Space Usage, click Delete.
I do not see that you have posted a screenshot.
If the Restore points are not gone, read this.
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rgb192--Did you go back and reopen System Restore to see if it now shows only the most current Restore Point?
And/or look in the Configure window (Image for Step 7 in Option One in http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/336-system-protection-restore-points-delete.html ) to see what it shows for Current Usage? If it show zero or close to zero, I would suspect you really do not have those April Restore Points. And this would be very close to answering your original question as to how much disk space they were using.
Are you running as Admin?
Have you rebooted after the various deletion procedures?
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