post #11 of 11
-run cleanmgr , you can even schedule and automate it with sageset and sagerun, to fire forget about it

-disable hibernation if not used

-monitor swap usage for some time and set pagefile to variable size eg: 300mb-2gb based in your usage

-use crap cleaner, be sure to untick anything you use

-move all big and/or not very commonly used apps to the hard disk, you can even use junction points for this. Myself i keep a different hard disk altogheter where i install all apps, not for this reason only, but primarily so i have a common hard disk/partition/drive letter where i can access all my programs from any windows installation. Then i only reinstall just a couple of apps.

-there might be some windws update backups to delete, but i havent get into that yet

-delete unnecessary windows features in control panel, programs
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Crucial M4 128Gb, Deskstar 7K1000.C, Seagate 250GB n/a External Asus BDWR Windows 8 Pro x64 
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Lg W2353V Genius Slimstar i220 Sentey 1000w Axio 732 
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