Antonio Machado wrote:
Hello experts !
I had been working very smoothtly with my p.c. until a few months ago I saw a small screen recommending me to backup my files designing a schedule to make periodical backups, which I did.
Now I see my C: is full, I have a total capacity of 464.98 GB and just 16.76 GB free.
How was that possible ? I guess because of the weekly backups I scheduled, so now I wonder where are all my backups and how might I delete them to free space of my C: hardrive ?
Thanks in advance for your help, looking foward to your suggestions.
Best greetings from New York,
My first question is "Is this a program that you yourself installed to make backups?" If so, what is the name of the program?
Can you launch the program manually? If so, can you get into a Preferences menu, where it asks where you would like your backups automatically saved? Or are you asked each time where you would like them saved, if you back up manually?
Hello my friend OvenMaster:
Thank you very much for dedicating a bit of your time to help me.
When I created my Backup plan I went to Control Panel - System and Security - Backup your computer and I schedule a weekly backup of all my files.
Precisely in that screen is that I can see a blue color, horizontal bar saying at the buttom "16.76 GB free of 464.98 GB"
Waiting for your suggestions, best greetings from New York,