First the best thing you can do to free up some disk space is to run Disk Cleanup:
My Computer >> right click on C: drive >> Disk Cleanup
Also, you can defragment your drive which should make all your files whole and compress a lot of them.
One thing I suggest which could take all day (though it usually doesn't) depending on your HD size/CPU speed ratio, is compressing your drive.
My Computer >> right click on C: drive >> Check the compress hard drive box >> OK.
This should free up a few gigabytes of space at most.
My 'C' drive is running out of space. The total HD's capacity is 30GB. There is only 280MB available on the 'C' drive, and 12 GB available on the 'D' drive partition. I do not have any programs on my 'C' drive except those that are necessary. All large programs run from an Iomega 120GB external HD.
My question: Is it possible to increase the 'C' drive space, by using the available 12GB space available on my 'D' partition? I don't want to purchase an additional internal HD and go through the hastles, unless it's necessary.
Windows XP Home Edition
Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2
System Model PCV-R556DS(UC)
System Type X86-based PC
Processor Intel ~734 Mhz
Sound system Creative Sound Blaster
Graphic card Nvidia G-Force 4 ti
Physical Memory 256.00 MB
Available Physical Memory 79.38 MB
Total Virtual Memory 2.00 GB
Available Virtual Memory 1.96 GB
Page File Space 618.46 MB
Any and all recommendation will be appreciated!