|My HDD (Drive C:) with capacity 37.26 GB, shows "Free Space" = 7.68 GB leaves 20% available. The Backup (Drive D:) capacity 31.25 GB, shows "Free Space" = 30.68 GB, leaves 98% available. Appears to me the Backup file is a HOG, and should be greatly reduced in size, therefore, leaving more space for Drive C:|
Now I realize that the Backup (D:) is sharing space on the same HDD (C:), but would appreciate "IF" someone can confirm this is necessary or not (Explain)?? If not, how do I reduce the size of the Backup file and will the excess be picked-up automatically on the HDD (C:)?? My computer is running Windows Home Edition, no business necessities are required, as I have read in other posts. But nowhere have I found an explanation of the correct balance percentage (%) wise for the Backup file.
My system is running too slow and continue getting message "Virtual Memory is too low", and anticipate this might be the problem? Yes, I keep my REGISTRY clean and up to date; system still runs slow!!! Windows "Task Manager" shows 44 items active when operating bare bones; and, this seems to me that TOO MANY tasks are running??
Thanks in advance for ANY and ALL imput... it's greatly appreciated. . .