Hello everyone. Tonight I downloaded a freeware program called Restoration 2.5.14. It said it was a program that was able to restore files that had been deleted. Just for kicks I ran this program to see how many files it would restore. To my suprise, it detected about 20,000 that could be. But as I perused through, I saw that some of these files are taking up quite a bit of space, up to a few hundred mb and that I really don't ever need them. Some I recognize but some I don't. I see they're in directories such as Recylcers, some in stuff like "data", and some it says is in C:<unknown>. I'm not sure if this has to do with stuff like minidumps. I have two questions. 1. Should I delete all the stuff, just the stuff I don't need, or nothing; is any of this stuff important to the system running? 2. If I should clear this up, does anyone know any programs that could help, i'm not sure where to find C:<unkown> and other strange directories. The only thing I could think of would be to restore the file then try deleting it again but that might just become a tiresome loop. Ideas anyone?