Installing Itunes filled up hard disk

I have just tried to install iTunes 64 bit on windows 8.1 and it filled up my hard disk and didn't complete the installation.
I imagine that the installation process copied or moved pictures and sound files to somewhere on my c: drive.
Where would it have copied or moved them to and how can I reverse the situation.
I am wary of re-booting the PC in case there is not enough disk space to boot properly ?
Roger AlcindorAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
iTunes does not use much space or fill up a hard drive (I have been using iTunes for years).

Was the drive already full before you started?
Can you uninstall iTunes from Programs and Features?

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Roger AlcindorAuthor Commented:
I suspect that it was close to being full and when it booted it continued with a windows update which would have added to the disk usage. I don't see ITunes listed in the Programs and Features list of the control panel.
I have temporarily moved some data to another drive and now the disk is not full.
I plan to do a full system backup and the adjust the system partition size.
I was not sure how much disk space was available at start-up but your comment supports the theory that it was already low on space.

JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Thanks for the update and I was happy to help.
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