Logic dictates that If it's not in subfolders, it's in the folder itself.
i do not have enof free space in my C drive. I tried freeing some space by uninstalling some programs and deleting unnecessary stuffs but i noticed that the size didn't change that much so i tried locating what was occupying space. I discovered its located in the "local" folder located in the "AppData" in "users"
<span class="Apple-tab-span" style="white-space:pre"> c:/users/flame/AppData/local folder.
the thing is when i check the size of the LOCAL foldr before opening it it gives me a total of 38gb but when i open it and check the size of the individual folders put together i get 13 gb.
There are no hidden folders. So where is the extra 25 gb coming from and how can i eliminate it?
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