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Saving 20gb From Your Hdd By Removing System Restore Points
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In this tutorial Iâ€™m going to show you how you can free up to 20GB (maybe more) from your Hard Drive. Vista, which likes to waste a lot of resources and eat hard disk space, takes a lot of space to save itâ€™s restoration points, So, how can you get your hard disk space back? Simple.
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