I don't know if it's just me, but my C:\Windows folder seems to be.. well.. WAY too big...
I only tried vista a couple times, it sucked, terribly... So needless to say I never went to vista so I was used to XP till I got 7 about a year ago. Now, on XP my windows folder was always between 3-5 gigs.. On windows 7... it's freakin' 25+ gigs!?!?! I just don't think that's even remotely close to normal... So my questions is.
Is there any way to clean up your windows folder SAFELY?
Yeah Ok... Thought I would edit with a screen shot of the total damage...
Sorry but this just isn't right..
mines' 'only' 20Gb for win 7 64bit, and i've not done anything special with reagrds to installation or management of the machine. Have a look at it using windirstat it might show up some huge files? I'm seeing my biggest single file is a 435Mb memory dump, 6.7Gb winxs folder, 2.9Gb win32 folder a 2.7Gb installer folder and everythig else is less than 2Gb.
Mine is around 20GB also. You can easily find the largest files and folders using the "WinDirStat" utility: http://windirstat.info/