By Kathleen Atkins
Lounge member sellewe73 has had Windows 7 installed on his machine for only the past three months. He also has a 1TB hard drive and 4GB of RAM.
But he’s recently perplexed by the discovery that his capacious hard drive is almost full — and he’s darned sure he didn’t fill it up.
Following suggestions from other Lounge members, sellewe73 discovers that 825.3GB of his hard drive is occupied by a single .wip file. It’s old business, not quite finished. If only human distractions were as easily solved as sellewe73’s drive problem. Read here to see what worked. More»
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