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The amount of computer storage space on devices, such as hard drive, floppy or USB flash drive.

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Moving “MyDocuments” to D drive, did not free up space. Why is that?

Somewhat related to my previous question. So I ran out of space on my primary C drive (I'm using Windows 7), and choose to move all of "my documets" folder locatoin to d:\ drive, thought it would be ...
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Thunderbird: show space usage by sender

Is it possible to obtain a (disk) space usage view, like in WinDirStat in Windows or baobab in Linux, for my emails? Specifically, split by sender? If not, is it maybe possible to get a simple ...
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6tb hard drive only showing 1.49tb of unallocated space

I'm not sure if this is a bios thing or what, It dosn't matter if the drive is using MBR or GPT. It always gives me only 1.49tb of unallocated space while in my system. For some reason if I hook up ...
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How to get unused disk space with batch in MB?

My question is: How can I get unused or available disk space (not partitioned yet) using batch files? I tried using diskpart or fsutil andn can't find anything suitable for it. I'm not talking about ...
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CENT OS 7 on Google Cloud sda1 is full of nothing?

I am on Google Cloud Linux CENTOS 7 Guest. I'm running out of disk! How is this possible? I don't use 25% what they say I do? (it looks about ~10Gb) # du --max-depth=1 --human-readable / | sort --...
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How to increase VirtualBox CentOS 6.5 disk size? [closed]

I have a VM that I initially set up with 4 GB memory and successfully increased it to 8 GB (by getting rid of lv_swap and running lvextend). However, I'm now trying to increase the disk size to 10 GB ...
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Hyper-V: Why does allocating RAM also allocate disk space?

System: Windows 10 Pro, Hyper-V I have been trying to diagnose why my VM has been catastrophically running out of disk space in the middle of RAM-intensive computations. In Hyper-V's "Settings for [...
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Windows 10 not showing files and folders in E drive

I've partitioned my HDD into 4 parts - C, D, E, H drives. Recently E drive got full. After that, its files and folders disappeared. I also have dual boot Ubuntu. I can see the files and folders on ...
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Windows 7 taking almost 50 GB of space on fresh installation [duplicate]

My Windows 7 is taking space of 48 GB on my SSD on fresh installation. This makes my system slow. What shall I do to fix this?
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Lost free space in external hard drive after a crash when copying a file

I'm using Linux. I was copying a huge file into my external hard drive (NTFS) when my computer crashed. After booting up again, I realized the free space on my external hard drive has dramatically ...
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How can I get any programs to only/always interact with D: instead instead of C:? [duplicate]

I've built a rig with a small SSD for C: which I want to be pretty much only for the OS, and a HDD D: drive. Problem is, even when I tell them to install and run from D: a lot of programs keep sending ...
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Strange Disk/Folder size issues (different results)

On windows 10 x64 machine, with WD Purple Drive 4TB I have a MAIN folder located at R:/Backup/Main Folder inside the that are lots of sub folders such as resources, projects, and what nots. Now, ...
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rm'd Files But Disk Space Not Freed Up in Debian 8 Linux

Let me start by saying that I have tried many suggestions on this site (and others) relating to processes holding onto the disk space in question none of which has solved my issue. My issue is that I'...
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Device and Disk Space Management

I am having trouble freeing up space in my system. The output of the command df is: I'm not sure what the device /dev/nvme0n1p5 is. When I do sudo umount /dev/nvme0n1p5 I get: I'm not sure where ...
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Windows automatically created a new System Partition after System partition was full

Preamble: My drive is divided into two partitions: the System one (C) and the Data one (D), plus the other classic windows System Reserved ones (not visible from the explorer). I use Windows 10. ...

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