My main computer crashed yesterday and I'm moving everything to another computer in the office.
This computer is a Win 7 Pro Dell Desktop, 32GB memory, 256GB SSD drive as C: and 2TB I: drive
All of my data and applications are on the I: drive. When I moved to this computer I didn't put anything on the C: drive but when I just opened the 'Computer' option on the start menu the C:Drive usage bar is in red with 15.7 GB free of 226GB. This is obviously a very bad situation.
I ran the Disk Cleanup utility but that only gave me a couple GB.
I used 'TreeSize' to find that C:\Windows\Temp is 90GB in size. I'm sure there are files I can delete from there but I really don't know which ones. There are 6,154 files in 129 folders.
I really need to free up some space. Any suggestions. I really don't need this computer to crash after my other computer crashed yesterday.