No matter how much space is available on the computer; one would not wanton space on the disks ever, dawn or dusk. So here is a nifty little trick if you haven’t dug it out yet. Right-click a folder (or a file or drive) in which you want to have some empty racks, and open its properties. On the General tab, click the advanced button and enable the option ‘Compress contents to save disk space’ on the new window that pops up. Apply the changes and eventually (depending on the volume of data to compress), you will notice that you have saved some space and the folder name now turns blue in Windows explorer. Alert! Don’t compress the C:drive. Compression and decompression takes time. Compressing system or program files will also hit performance.