So I have a 64gb M4 ssd as my boot drive and while space isn't a huge issue since I have a 1tb auxiliary drive I would still like to know one thing.
Why is it that Windows 7 (with service pack 1 64 bit) takes up ~50 gigabytes on my SSD? And more importantly, I click on the C: drive (which is 59.5 GB large) and look at each file and only 25 GB's are accounted for? Where are the other 25 gigs?
So to make that more clear:
My SSD is ~60 gigs post format. I only have ~10 gigs of free space with only some extremely small programs loaded on my SSD (MS office). Am I missing something or is Win 7 supposed to be this big?
And why is it that my whole hard drive shows at 50 gigs full but only ~25 gigs show up when I look at the file size of each folder? (And no, there is only 1 partition, C .
Not a big deal but I am curious and would like to know. Thanks.