Windows 10: ssd filling up automatically for no reason

Discus and support ssd filling up automatically for no reason in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; i bought new gaming laptop g3 3579. it has 128gb ssd and 1tb hdd . i just using laptop for browsing . but my c drive ssd storage space is keep... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by TusharGera, Jun 30, 2020.

  1. ssd filling up automatically for no reason


    i bought new gaming laptop g3 3579. it has 128gb ssd and 1tb hdd . i just using laptop for browsing . but my c drive ssd storage space is keep decreasing for no reason . i searched in youtube of disk defragment . so i install software but it make it worst . my free space turn from 40gb to 27gb . this is my first gaming laptop so i dont know . any solution :

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    TusharGera, Jun 30, 2020
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  2. CACTISHAN Win User

    SSD filling up

    Hi, I have a 120GB SSD with my OS on and a 1TB HDD with everything else on. I have moved all my temporary file locations to the HDD, but my SSD randomly fills up. I used CCleaner to clear about 16GB from the SSD. About 10 minutes later, I went and checked
    the space left, and it was completely full. When I first boot my computer, it says that there are 70GB's free, but this fills up as well.
     
    CACTISHAN, Jun 30, 2020
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  3. SSD keeps filling up

    Hey Carlos

    So i just did reinstall my windows operating system, through windows it self. And before i did it, the problem wasn't there.

    And by slowly filling up, i mean that over time the SSD (or c drive) is being filled up with files. But when i look in the c drive, nothing has changed. And yes i have done so i can see all the hidden folders. Its a 120gb SSD and the windows installation
    fills up around 30-40gbit, so the rest is free space. It is slowly filling up the ~80gb up over 4-5 hours. Then when i restart the pc is back to the ~80gb of free space and slowly fills up again.
     
    MikkelFriis, Jun 30, 2020
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    SSD keeps filling up

    My SSD keeps slowly filling up, when my computer is on. Then when i restart my computer, i takes around an hour, and it says the message "configuring windows". When the computer is launched again, my ssd i back to normal capacity, but slowly fills up again.
    But the wierd thing is, it only started to happen, after i did a complete re installation of my computer.
     
    MikkelFriis, Jun 30, 2020
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