Monday, February 23, 2009

Gain Extra Memory on Hard driver

All who has small size of hard driver can be face low memory on hard driver, and then it will cause to slow down the computer and performance also.

In windows operation system we can gain some memory on hard driver from the memory it use and allotted for vast operations.

In such a case like low memory on hard driver, easily we can gain some extra memory by deleting unwanted system restore points or disabling the system restore option at all.

In my case I never use system restore option so indeed it is not useful for me. But some of you still willing to keep it ON for such a cases like windows crashes and etc.

Disabling system restore point is not recommended but still you can gather extra byte by deleting old system restore point those will be not useful.

Either you would like to delete old restore points or disable the restore option, so in below I have given a way for easily implement this only using windows software. (No need to buy any third party tool for this)

Deleting Old restore points:
  • First go to Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools
  • And open "Disk Cleanup" utility
  • Select the driver that has your operating system
  • Click "OK"
  • In "Disk Cleanup" window click "More Option"
  • And under the "System Restore" click "Clean Up"
This will delete all your unwanted old restore points (Most recent one will be not deleted)

Disabling System Restore Option:
  • Click "Start" and right click on "My computer" icon
  • Then open "Properties" window and under "System Restore" check "Turn off System Restore on all drives"
System Restore stand for track and reverse harmful changes to your computer, please disable the system restore option if you're seriously drown by less memory on your hard drivers only


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