Here’s hoping you didn’t update your AVG software in a timely manner. It seems the update will turn your system into a looping machine. Nothing is more fun than a Merry-Go-Round on a Monday Morning. Enjoy the ride!
Restore Point? What restore point?
Hope you weren’t needing to use system restore with your latest and greatest Windows Installation. It seems the Windows7 has a pretty big glitch. Something is removing all of the restore points on Shut Down.
By Leo Notenboom
My C: and D: drives have many gigabytes of .DAT files under “Documents and
Settings”. I’m trying to free up space on the C: drive. Can I delete any of
these files? I really don’t know what they are, how they got there, or why they
occupy so much space on my computer!
I don’t know.
Honestly, I have no idea either as to what they are, how they got there, or
why they occupy so much space. That’s the problem with “.dat” files – there’s
no way to know what they are without more information.
But I do have some ideas on how to determine if deleting them is ok, and
ways to do it safely. And those ideas apply to any file type, not just