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Use disk defragmenter afterwards once files and programs have been deleted
The big space eaters are graphics, videos, and music. Delete most of that -- which I guarantee is mostly crap -- and you will have more room than you will know what to do with. Then, if you have Windows, go into "Control Panel -- Add or Remove Programs" and delete the crap accumulation there, also. Then run checkdisk and defrag.
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