I know this sounds so silly, however, I can't remember how to figure out how much memory I have left on my HD for software applications.
Someone Please Help me.
Hi greece329, and welcome to the forum:
- Double-click on your desktop "My Computer" icon.- Right-click on "Local Disk" (usually C: )- Click on "Properties" in the menu that opens- Under the General tab, you should see how much disk space is used, and how much is free.
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If you are asking how to check free space on your harddrive, then click "Start>My Computer> then right click
"Local drive C:" and choose "Properties".
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