I have on my SSD an hiberfil.sys file with a size of 20 GB and I never use the Hibernate function of Windows ! To disable the feature and remove the file, open an administrator command prompt and type the following command : powercfg /HIBERNATE OFF Via
With a SSD you don’t have space to waste, so I was searching how to delete the c:\windows.old folder, here is what I have found. The easiest and probably supported way is to do so from the Disk Clean up prompt. To do so go to your Computer, right click on C and select properties. From there click on Disk Cleanup. Click on Clean up system files. This will change the options in the “Files to delete:” section and will include “Older version of Windows”.
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