I concur with and support all of this.Well the largest files on there are going to be the games, so start by removing the ones you don't play anymore. Otherwise, what are you concerned about ... the drive space being used or just the amount of applications installed?
A few other things ... check out http://www.pcdecrapifier.com/ It's an application that has 'definitions' and will automatically remove bloated add-ons that get installed. Also, download CCleaner and run Cleaner on that and it will remove temp files and such. If you've never ran one you're likely to clean up several hundred to possibly a few GB of junk files. Then click Tools and System Restore and delete all of the old entries.
Took the words right out of my mouth, errr reply box. How in the hell would anyone else know what you need or don't need? Since only YOU know this, go through and remove what you don't need, or duplicate versions of the same software.seriously, why do you have to ask? like somebody here is psychic and knows exactly what you need and/or use all the time?
This. And next time, consider whether you actually NEED some of that crapware before just downloading/installing everything. Looks like you went with the default options on a lot of installers...individually they usually aren't space hogs, but they add up and clutter your PAF menu.I would just format the hard drive and start over.
The title says it all. I just don't know which ones to keep, and which ones to delete
QFT - There only acceptable answer here - is don't uninstall shit. Slap on another drive and keep going.just get a bigger HDD.
The only reason that I didn't respond is because everybody kept saying that they couldn't help. I am surprised that the thread is still ongoing. The problem is cleared up, and I got a whole new computer.The funniest part about this thread is still not yet hearing back from the OP on if he got this cleared up or not.