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glockguy41
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windows c drive is full

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I have an almost new laptop that i have barely used and my c: windows drive is full. 66% is used by apps and features but the apps are barely any of that. how do i find out what is using all the memory? I have not even used it for anything but internet browsing and email yet so no clue how its full and I get even reset it as it says I need more space just to do that but there is nothing else i can delete.

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@glockguy41 wrote:

I have an almost new laptop that i have barely used and my c: windows drive is full. 66% is used by apps and features but the apps are barely any of that. how do i find out what is using all the memory?....


@glockguy41 

 

HP has millions and millions machines around. What is your machine ? I believe it is a stream machine with a little eMMC drive for storage. Are you talking about RAM (memory) or HDD (storage) ?

 

Please read the following post first


                https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Printers-Knowledge-Base/How-to-ask-a-question-on-this-forum-to-get-the...


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BH
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