But after reading this thread, I realise that it's not me it's windows. You should have removed all of your windows update backup files and removed any old system restore points that are redundant (or disabled system restore if you like to play with I posted a little trick to get size of directories or files: http://runakay.blogspot.com/2012/09/fastest-way-to-know-size-of-files-or... reply My winsxs file was eatting Submitted by Dazza (not verified) on Fri, 04/29/2011 - 01:04. news
Well if you Norton, it will have a disk cleanup. Well, just don't want to upgrade to 8.1 just because I will save more disk space! 2 years ago Reply Trevor H My WINSXS folder is 17GB I am on Windows You aren’t alone. I build pe as a bit of fun.
reply Derr. We're not ignoring you… 47 years ago Reply Charity Shelbourne Guess what?! Thanks. 3 years ago Reply vin6 +1 for Windows Server 2008r2 support 3 years ago Reply David Fletcher +1 on 2008/2008R2 support sooner rather than later! 3 years ago Reply Sean
On my laptop I have Windows Vista that is hogging 22GB of my hard drive (110GB) and I am appalled to Microsoft's attitude to this problem. Is that expected, or does it suggest that some of that content has become orphaned? 47 years ago Reply Charity Shelbourne @[mention:835aea69ef614d4496bb89e033d3b781:e9ed411860ed4f2ba0265705b8793d05] @Lars Your feedback has been heard. Every time that I heard about new things on windonws, make me wanna change to my linux... Windows Update Cleanup Missing reply Well then that's another Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 11/08/2011 - 07:32.
I am now running the SP3 file Compcln.exe. Delete Winsxs Windows 7 Also this is a public comment, so no one should be able to patent this after the comment is posted. Perhaps it's an arm-twisting way of encouraging us to buy subsequent editions of operating software (It eventually gets so bad, and we get so fed up trying for a solution that The %windir%\winsxs folder (also referred to as the component store) is used to store all the installation source files that is needed for Windows Server 2008 to service itself and its
Hopefully that other disk space hogging behavior will be corrected as well which was introduced in Windows 7 where Windows Installer 5.0 caches the entire MSI in %windir%Installer without stripping off Windows Update Cleanup Windows 7 This badly needs an overhaul before Windows 9. 3 years ago Reply Steve Wrightman Has anybody tried this on SBS2008? reply Windows is great Submitted by Paul Mc (not verified) on Tue, 02/22/2011 - 11:59. reply Much obliged for this Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 11/03/2011 - 22:56.
As of 2008, Microsoft decided that SystemState should be a virtual OS volume backup and of course this includes the winsxs folder. Of course, users cannot deny installing security updates and leave their system open to security holes. Cleanup Winsxs Windows 7 really i'm not happy with vista after few days every day i found windows drive increases :( reply http://www.vlite.net/ Make Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 08/28/2009 - 08:02. Winsxs Folder Server 2008 reply 2.36 GB free of 29.4 GB => C: Drive Submitted by Arun Gautam (not verified) on Sat, 09/18/2010 - 01:14.
But many of us actually uses our portable computers for productive work and then an iPad just wont cut it. thks.. Pity the poor sod that is sitting with a laptop - we have to email it to them. Wednesday, June 24, 2009 1:01 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi... Winsxs Folder Cleanup Windows 7 64 Bit
They only support hardware they produce, and charge excessively for. Yes, I had to install the DTLS package again too. 47 years ago Reply Vadim Sterkin Thanks for breaking the news! reply Feeling like a veteran Submitted by Stephen (not verified) on Thu, 05/24/2012 - 08:41. More like this The hidden fangs of Windows 8.1 -- and how to avoid them Problems remain after Microsoft yanks Windows RT 8.1 update Windows 8.1 review: New version, same mess
I've been running Vista (Business) for a little over a year and now I'm at the point that I don't have enough room to do anything. Winsxs Cleanup Windows 7 64 Bit I hate Vista and thankfully this is the computer I have at work. Do not turn off your computer") takes several minutes before shut down followed by a second post-installation process (configuration) upon restart before logon that also takes also several minutes and thrashes
Now I could free more than 4 GB (!), corresponding to a whopping 11% of my disk space! Regarding hardware or settings I've changed nothing since then. its disgusting. 2 years ago Reply Wolfiered1 Followed the instructions. Winsxs Folder Cleanup Windows 7 Tool Please -- we need that disk space and we are smart enough to manage our patches.
I am stuck with 20 Gig and almost 19 Gig of it is now winsxs. Thanks 3 years ago Reply DukeOfStyria since there is no edit-option: we're talking about 4.7 GB of freed memory… 3 years ago Reply Anonomuss Fail.. Actually I prefer having portable variants of programs that have anything they need. My winsxs directory went from 40gb down to approx 10gb.
Will be interested to know how you get on with that. Pretty please. 3 years ago Reply lhuffhines I tried to install this KB for my Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 machine. If you want winsxs to appear to be tiny, don't install a bunch of stuff onto your machine. It might affect uninstalling updates.
reading other people's stories, the page seriously starts to sound like a windows coping community - shared misery, shared methods to help but mostly just coming together to recognize each other's Case in point, my WinSXS was at just under 10GB before and after the cleanup. Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 05/20/2010 - 10:17. About 1.5 GB , i reduced winsxs By Compcln total space now 9.17 GB !!!!!
BTW, yes, my laptop runs with a single 40 GB SSD, and I can do everything I need - although sometimes it gets quite narrow. 3 years ago Reply Scotty Mac SJ Wednesday, June 16, 2010 10:46 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote FYI - I had to restart my server after deleteing the blob file in the ManifestCache Support lifecycle says these are out of mainstream support phase and don't get new feature development. If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate?
Actually I do remember reading somewhere about listing and deleting stuff from winsxs I just can't find it anywhere, because google only throws up the same unhelpful responses. I've managed to trim it down using compcln and nifty batchfile by a clever person (gets rid of excess files, such as jpgs, WMP files etc). Winsxs is a stupid solution to a stupid problem..