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Recently had a problem with my computer stuck in an automatic repair loop. After alot of video watching I learnt that my computer was failing to boot up windows. Using the Windows media creation tool, i was able to get it running again, lost all my data but already had it backed up. However after looking in documents it says C: drive or whatever only has 76.5gb even though I've a 2tb computer. Anyone know what's going on here? 

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@Jamie231 

 

Use a disk space analyzer to see what space is used, where that space is allocated, even the names of the folders / files, date modified, owner, and percentage of the "whole".

 

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Software is fast, free, and - in so much that I aware - accurate.

Nice, too, you can Export the data to a PDF file.

 

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