Tell me about how Windows shows "binary bytes" and the drive makers tell use "decimal bytes". Tell me how this leads to people trying to find space that is reported in two different counting methods and how you are dealing with this some 7 percent difference.
The free space changes with each boot. Nothing amiss there.
I'm having a problem with the total size of my main Partition ( C:)...It's size is 19.6 GB.
But, when I view the details it shows me data which I think is wrong. Apparently, the free space on my partition is only 150 MB and it keeps changing everytime I restart my PC. But when I select each folder separately ( including the hidden ones) and click on Properties, it show me that the 'Size On Disk' is only 17.1 GB. I have a feeling I'm missing the 2GB somewhere...