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So you may remember a few months back I partitioned my boot drive into 10Gb Windows, 10Gb Linux. Well now it seems my Windows boot is almost full... What do I have on there? Not much...

There's SQL Sever 2000 Developer edition, ConTEXT, Firefox, Nero, DCFreeDev (C++) and aside from a few random things I'm working on, that's it. And it's full? HOW? WHY?

I have more stuff loaded into my Linux boot and there's still around 5Gb left. I simply don't understand!

I also think I've burnt myself out, programming-wise.
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*VertexNormal deletes the gigabytes of pr0n he stashed on evolutional's Windows partition.*

Huh? What? Who, me?

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You could try JDiskreport -> http://www.jgoodies.com/freeware/jdiskreport/
It's a utility that scan your drives and show the disk as a pie chart. You can see the space taken by each directory/file and navigate recursively to find out what's taking so much space.
It works on windows and linux because it's in made in java.

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