For many Internet users, email is still the number one method of communicating with others.
Google's Gmail service is one of the most popular services when it comes to email even though it has lost quite a bit of momentum in recent time. Since storage space is shared, the first thing you should do is check which of the services is using most of the storage space. Photographers may have uploaded many high-res photos or videos to Google+ Photos instead, for instance via their device's automatic photo backup feature.
One option that you have therefore is to reduce the resolution of photos uploaded to Google+ Photos to address this. And if you upload photos manually to Google, for instance after taking them with your DSLR, then you cannot make use of that feature as well. As with Google+ Photos, there is little that you can do in this regard other than to backup files that you don't longer require to be available in the cloud to delete them afterwards. You can use Google's Takeout feature for that, or if you have Drive installed on your computer, simply move the files out of the storage location to back them up in a different location. The following search parameters can be used to find emails that match certain parameters on Gmail. Combine the search with larger:1M to find all emails with attachments that have a size of at least 1 Megabyte.
Use older_than:1y to find all emails older than one year and delete those that you may not need anymore.
Click on the Advanced button next to E-Mail Account under Create Profile and select Google Mail. Enter your Google email address and password, and either click on next right away or on test to make sure the settings are correct.
If you are using two-factor authentication, you need to create an app-specific password on this page and use it in the Mailstore software. Once you have created a local copy of all of your Google emails, you can go back to Gmail and delete old emails. These emails are still available in the Mailstore software, so that you can open it and use the search or browse functionality that it provides to find emails that you have deleted on Gmail. Martin Brinkmann is a journalist from Germany who founded Ghacks Technology News Back in 2005. Check out the "View Source" function of your email client on a bloated email, and you will often see the entire message in plain text, then repeated again in HTML with all the formatting parameters that implies, then copies of all the earlier emails in that thread, again duplicated both in plain text and in HTML. If you would pay attention to your creations, and encourage your friends to be more efficient in the creation of their emails, there will be more emails of the 1 KB type, and fewer of the 30 KB type to wastefully overload our storage and transmission assets.
From what I can tell (through second-hand-knowledge, of course) is that it's most probably just logs that keep filling up the appstorage, and the only solution MIGHT be rooting the phone and deleting these logs.
From what I can tell after hours of hours of googling, there is no real solution to the problem. Had used all ways of freeing up device memory after deleting a lot of apps, clearing loge etc.
My main hard drive is a 120 Gigabyte Solid State Drive  -- Samsung 840 EVO -- which is sufficient for what I do on the computer. The Solid State Drive usually has about 15 to 20 Gigabyte of free storage space, while the rest is occupied by Windows, applications, and user data generated by applications. When I look at the space distribution on that drive, Windows is taking up about a third of the space of it followed by the users folder with 24% and the program files folder with roughly 9%. In the AppData folder, Thunderbird and Google are the main culprits using roughly half of the storage. Result: After running the suggested tips below, I managed to increase free space on the drive to 38 Gigabyte which is roughly twice as much as I had available before. The first thing that you may want to do is find out which folders and files use up the space on your computer. The programs can scan one or multiple drives and display a detailed distribution of used space in the interface afterwards. The best way to find large files and folders is to work your way from top to bottom as the program sorts folders automatically by size. It does not make much sense to check the Windows folder though, as you can do little about its size. The size of the Page File in Windows depends on which version of the operating system you are using.
Select each drive, and reduce the paging file size of it by selecting custom size and entering a value for initial size and maximum size. You can set both to 2048 Megabyte for instance, but may need to experiment with these values by monitoring the performance of the system after making changes. That does not mean that you cannot free up space by uninstalling programs that you do not need anymore. It is recommended to use a program such as Revo Uninstaller or Geek Uninstaller for the removal, as they scan the system for left-overs afterwards to make sure the programs are completely removed from the PC. What makes it interesting is the fact that you can use it to remove updates from Windows that are no longer required by the system, for instance after installing newer versions or service packs on the operating system.
Select the main drive letter, and click on clean up system files once the Disk Cleanup utility is loaded. Select the main drive letter again, and either click on ok to free up disk space, or browse the selection first to make sure only files that you do not need anymore are removed. Good news is, it will also take care of the Recycle Bin and the default temporary file folders. If the hard drive is filled to be brim and you cannot uninstall or delete files on the drive for whatever reason, you may want to consider moving folders to another drive. Depending on the folder, you may either move it directly to another drive, for instance by changing its path in the program that is making use of it, or by using so called symbolic links to do so. System Restore is used by Windows to provide users of the operating system with an option to restore the system to an earlier state.

Depending on how it is configured, it may make sense to reduce the hard drive space that it can make use of to restrict it and free up space in the process.
Here you can change the maximum usage of System Restore on the drive using the size slider. You can use Windows' Disk Cleanup tool to remove previously created System Restore points and shadow copies. Once launched, switch to more options and click on the clean up button under System Restore and Shadow Copies.
If you have a cloud synchronization service installed on your system, all of the data is usually synchronized. A mount of two ago you where lettings us know there was a new TV (comedy) program who is going over it people. Set in the early 1980s, series dramatizes the personal computing boom through the eyes of a visionary, an engineer and a prodigy whose innovations directly confront the corporate behemoths of the time. That looks almost exactly like WinDirStat (the image in the article here is a less graphic intensive view).
Good advice, definitely something that you may want to address, especially if you are on the Internet regularly. Compression may help in certain situations for instance if you have a lot of uncompressed files on the drive. For myself and for what I've seen from friends' computers, what takes place is always 1- video, 2- audio, 3- Pictures.
But do we save media as much as we used to, now that the Cloud and streaming are bound to become (soon) as quickly accessed as local data? Most file synchronization services sync all data by default to the desktop including photos which often take up a lot of space.
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Re your Revo Uninstaller link - note that the free download is not compatible with uninstalling 64 bit programs. In my opinion, tweaking the page file size should be the very last thing to do, since everyone may have different needs, the very first one being cleaning up, immediately followed by uninstalling useless software. I was running out of space on my HDD, so I moved my Dropbox and OneDrive storage to one of my external hard drives that I keep perpetually connected.
Though it is a good article, I have a program that runs in the background on a schedule that I set that will auto clean up, optimize and free up space once a week.
Besides tools to optimize and auto maintenance the computer, including an extensive drive explorer which breaks down the contents of a drive by content type and shows us which of them are taking up the most space by individual file, or directory.
The above method shaved an especially large amount of space from the WinSxS folder, albeit at the cost of disabling the ability to uninstall existing updates, which I don't see myself ever needing. I notice a few folks use dropbox, its supposed to clear its hidden cache every three days, but if you process volume, might be handy to clear earlier than that and save some extra space. Delete the files in your cache by dragging them out of the Dropbox cache folder and into your Windows Recycle bin. If I have very large files to save, I'll simply save them to my much larger USB storage drive.
While on-the-go users may have switched to messaging and video chat, email is playing a big part in the life of many users.
While most users may never reach that limit, some may and one of the reasons why that is the case is that the storage space is shared across several services.
If you are a heavy Google Drive user for instance, you may have hosted large files on the site that take away space from Gmail.
All photos larger than 2048x2048 pixels count against the storage space while photos with a lower resolution don't. If you sync data between different systems, or upload files to drive regularly, it may use the majority of storage space available to you.
They may be moved to the Trash instead where they take up the same amount of space as before. My preferred program for this operation is Mailstore Home, a free application that supports Gmail out of the box. He is passionate about all things tech and knows the Internet and computers like the back of his hand. The larger ones were created by wastrels who use multiple fancy fonts, and who thoughtlessly include the entire text of any email to them when they reply. We can upload from our desktop directly via their desktop widget which on installation will increase our bonus space by 3G (part of the bonus). I can search for the spammier senders and wind up with 100's of old emails, but being able to delete only one page at a time makes this a tedious process. It has since then become one of the most popular tech news sites on the Internet with five authors and regular contributions from freelance writers. All other folders on the other hand may reveal options to optimize storage usage on the drive.
It takes up Gigabytes of storage space usually and if you never use it, there is no reason to keep it. While it is not uncommon for games to break the 10 Gigabyte mark, most applications are not.
The removal of Google Chrome on a test system for instance freed up more than a Gigabyte of storage space on the hard drive. It is for instance possible to move the Steam folder to another hard drive or the My Documents folder to free up space. I backup old email data from Thunderbird regularly using Mailstore Home which saves hundreds of Megabytes on the primary drive. It is automatically run when you install drivers or make other core changes to the operating system. It is advised to only do so if your system is running stable and you have not noticed any issues for some time.

This dropped the disk space usage of the System Restore feature from more than 2 Gigabyte to less than 200 Megabyte on a test system. While that may make sense at times, you may not need offline access to all files hosted in the cloud. If you do not need access to all camera photos for instance, you can block the folder from being synchronized automatically. Their personal and professional partnership will be challenged by greed and ego while charting the changing culture in Texas' Silicon Prairie.
Of course, disabling useless features is always a good move too, like hibernation if you don't use it, and we can only regret that it's not more explicit to the end user. Since I have a lot of space in both accounts, this maneuver 1) backs up everything to my cloud and my external and 2) free'd up 10-20 GBs.
And it can even optimize startup by changing their priority which insist they are required for boot like Adobe quick launcher, video card utilities, sound manager, MS Office pre-launcher and more. I bought a couple cheap 16GB USB 3.0 thumb drives, and I use these drives for installing my least important programs to.
If you move the mouse over the pie chart, information about each individual service is displayed so that you know which service uses the most storage space.
It will display all emails older than a year so that you can select them all and delete them on the site. My suggestion is to set your email composition parameters to send plain text only, never HTML, and to turn off the "copy incoming message in reply" feature.
A far cry from the 2048x2048 (2M) and if I were reducing it down to a 1M picture or smaller, I wouldn't be able to work with them let alone print them.
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Both have the ability to open free access folders where anyone given the link can dump content into those folders. There has to be a better way, unless Google intentionally wants to force you to see every item before deletion. Over the years I've needed to create different Gmail accounts, especially as I evolved my branding, or changed clients, or transitioned or grew in my online business. When installing an app like DiskUsage to view appstorage, it just says System Data without further explanation. Surely enough, the System Data disk usage was wiped and down to 20-40mb as it should be, but now, 2 weeks later, the System Data chunk on my appstorage has eaten all my free space again. But I'll contact the store where I bought the phone anyways, even if I don't think it'll solve the issue after reading the threads I've found online.
Sounds like someone else earlier in this thread reset their phone (which should do the same thing) but then experienced the same problem shortly thereafter. Device Memory which was showing as 1.87 gb Used out of 1.97 gb in my Samsung Galaxy S2, got reduced to just 547mb !!
While it is a great program, the native Disk Cleanup program can also be useful in this regard. Pick a large folder of sloppily formatted files, right-click to call up Properties, navigate to the General tab, and pick Advanced Attributes. I set it to use a fast defrag method, of which once a month I run a full defrag but it usually reports no action required because all the little, 'fast', ones have kept the drive in good condition. It can even optimize our web browsing speed by optimizing our default settings to be set according to our actual speed instead of the default size set by Windows. Include only snippets of incoming text, if you need to reply to something that you think your correspondent has forgotten he wrote. So if you desire printing or working in high resolution, I would not suggest re-sizing them. But FireDrive goes one step more and adds the ability to write messages for content dropped into shared folders as well as has an online chat feature. This can help you free up some space to a point, but there's still mystery megabytes occupied on your phone.That's because of a hidden data cache that collects over time from apps, web surfing, music playing, texts - whatever you've been using.How to access that mystery cache and clear it out? I even read somewhere online that another user tried getting a new phone from his supplier, and even that didn't stop the problem.
Depending on the type of data and the cleverness of the original data format, I have seen compression ratios of 90%. The program I am referring to is one a lot of people kept bad mouthing and talking down as, 'bloatware'. That's where our trick comes in.First step - identify how much space you have on your iPhone through the above mentioned path. My girlfriend has the exact same phone and she's owned it way longer than me, she has no issue with this, when viewing her appstorage in DiskUsage it's only 40-60mb. Some types of files, like JPEG pictures, are already highly compressed, so this plan won't help. Windows will then automatically compress and decompress files from this folder as you use them. Whether this helps depends on how much compression you gain versus the extra computations needed to inflate and deflate your files. You can check what version you are using by going toA Settings -> About Phone.If you are already in the Manage applications section, just click on the app you wish to move and then click the button that saves move to SD storage (or USB in some cases). The iOS spinning wheel will show in its place, and eventually a message will pop up that says "Not Enough Space To Rent". Don't be frustrated by this pop-up though, because what that spinning wheel was doing was clearing your cache, and in turn, clearing up some space on your phone - Thanks spinning wheel! This way, you will be less likely to encounter the low memory message and it will be allow you to keep your apps organized.Good luck!

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