My c: harddrive had more than 5 Giga before I installed an application. Now my drive is full ( a message is "low disk space". I cannot remove any application using "Add/Remove", because it requires at least 200MB on the C: drive, but I do not have 200MB and therefore I do not know what to do.
You may have to delete files "by hand", using explorer, seeing where the large files are on the c: drive and then deleting one, some or all of them. What did you install? I'd like to avoid that sort of problem if possible!
Loco, if the drive continues to fill up as you delete files what are you doing? WHAT did you install? Stop anything that is running (do <ctrl><Alt><delete> and stop each application that is running one by one) and then see what is happening. You will have to empty the recycle bin as leo49 has advised. I don't know what else you'll be able to do, perhaps someone else can help from there.....
BlueMeanie instead of doing all that manually, way not just use the DiskCleanup. Find this by going Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools. Or just go into My Computer and right click on the drive you want to do this to and select properties and disk clean up at the top.
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