20 GB of System Vol Info - OK to delete?

  Dick_Dastardly 22:28 10 Dec 06
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I've been having a look at my hard drive and I've noticed I've got over 20 GB of space taken up by 'System Volume Information'.

I've checked out those files and I think they are loads upon loads of restore points - is this so, and am I OK to delete all but the very latest ones to free up some space ?

Thanks

  SANTOS7 22:32 10 Dec 06

WOW!!! 20gigs must be some sort of record.
What i do is update all my spy/malware/anti virus progs scan PC delete all it finds get rid of any unwanted progs/files then when i'm satisfied mt PC is running OK i delete all restore points and set a new one, so yes no prob there..

  Stuartli 23:26 10 Dec 06

The large number of restore points is probably because you've left the System Restore capacity at its default setting of 12 per cent.

This was fine when XP was first launched as hard drives had much smaller capacities compared to today's even cheaper, but usually three-figure GB drives.

I have System Restore's capacity set (on a 60GB hard drive) at around four to five per cent.

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