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Windows 7 Boot Problems By Sean Kelly Around two years ago, I gave my girlfriend some advice about deleting files, making folders, and so on that are no longer needed. The folders in her main C: drive where all of her files were (music, documents, pictures, video, and other small programs) needed to be deleted. I told her to put all of her files into the new Z: drive and then clean out the Z: drive and make it the new C: drive, so that the most recent files would be in the C: drive, and the most old files would be in the Z: drive. I had seen on TV one of the better online programs that could sort through files and folders by date, or at least by date of last use. This particular program had a monthly subscription, but was listed in a book, and for about $5.95, I could probably borrow it for this one time. I took a dive into the Internet, found the program I wanted, downloaded it, and then I waited. It took about $7 to run the program, but about an hour and a half. The program did a very good job. You simply select the file or folder that you want to remove, along with the folder that the selected files need to end up in, and it will tell you how big the new folder is, and you press a button to remove it. It’s like magic. The program also has a built-in analyzer to check you files and folders for bad things. The free version will allow a certain number of file looks, but at about $7 per month, I figured that I was getting my money’s worth. A couple of months later, I walked into my girlfriend’s room and found her sitting on the floor, leaning against the bed. She was crying and said that some of her files had not moved to her Z: drive. While you can’t see the contents of the program, I’m sure there were a bunch of files and folders sitting in there that would have meant her life on that day had been miserable. I hadn’t even told her that I had this program. She had no idea where I had gotten this program. She had no idea how many hours I had spent looking for a program that would tell her what to do. While I was happy that I had discovered this program, I still had to deal with the fact that her hard drive was not up to date. Sure, she had not deleted any—v

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