"Gordon" <gordonbparker@xxxxxx> wrote in message
"Paul H" <NoSpamphobergNoSpam@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Hi Jimmy,
> Attached are a few examples. I only have this problem with "TreeSize".
> "Find.exe" looks everywhere with no restrictions.
Right. "Documents and Settings" is NOT a folder - it's a junction point. The
only reason it's there is to allow pre-Vista applications that use
"Documents and Settings" to work properly.
Why on EARTH would you want to access the Prefetch file anyway? What could
you possibly do with it?
likewise msconfig.msi? Likewise MSOCache? (MSOCache is where all your Office
installation files are put, so that you don't need to insert the CD/DVD all
I really don't see what the problem is....
You're correct, Gordon,
As you can see from the attached picture, the program shows me what is
taking space on my hard drive. Those folders are probably negligible, so
not a meaningful loss. But perfect is better than almost.