Read your post...
"Capacity 1.99 GB, Used 1.94 GB, Free 59.9MB."
This is usually the sign that someone partitioned the drive with some old dos disk and answered NO to large disk support.
Fixing this is not automatic or easy. The "professional" messed up.
Every time I use my computer now this message pops up on the right-hand corner with a disc icon. it says "Low disk space. You are running out of space on the local disk (C) To free space on this drive by deleting old or unnecessary files, click here." I do click it and it performs **** cleanup. Sometimes it frees up a few MB of space and sometimes it doesn't. I have no virus or parasites. I have Ad-aware, AVG, Zonealarm installed and run these daily. I have not downloaded any new hardware. I have done defragmenting with no problems. In the past I had some 1500 songs downloaded and it never said I was low on **** space. I have had my system restored by a professional back to the original Windows ME. As of today I have 36 mp3's downloaded. I checked local disk C: and it shows Capacity 1.99 GB, Used 1.94 GB, Free 59.9MB. Am I overlooking something? I delete temp files and delete mp3's. So what is taking up all my space?