I bought a Dell Pc about 2 weeks before Vista was released, it was Vista ready and included was an upgrade disk from Windows media Centre to Vista, sent on release. Within 3 weeks we had the vista disk but i decided not to install it until a few of the problems were resolved. About 3 months down the line i decided to upgrade to vista.
To do this, i made a fresh install of Media Centre, removing all files, starting fresh, then upgraded straight to Windows Vista.
During this upgrade, my harddrive collected 50Gig of sotrage, and i do not know where it all has come from.
There is now 53 gig or so on my harddrive, and during the time i had Windows Media Centre, i never exceeded 13gig.
Also, it says on the TreeSize program i just downloaded, that i am only using 26 gigabites (still a large amount). It states that 9 gigabites is 'windows.old'. In it are my old programs, and documents.
I don't want these on my computer, will deleting them affect my computer?