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Free up disk space in XP by disabling the hibernate feature!


Free up some disk space & resources within minutes in Windows XP!


This question was answered on July 19, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Are you in a situation where you are really low on disk space even after using disk cleaner? If so then this tip will help you out XP has a feature called hibernate that can be turned off to help you with this issue If You don't use it, simply disable it and get as much of hard disk space and physical RAM free You can do this in just minutes by following the steps below.

Follow these steps to free up disk space:

1 Go to power options in control panel

2 Click on hibernate tab and deselect "enable hibernation"

Now you are done and you have a little more space & resources at your fingertips.

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Posted by Michal of Data Doctors on July 19, 2003