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My school laptop has over 11 gb of bloatware.

So I am scanning my dell latitude 3310 for bloatware (Keep in mind it is a school laptop) it has over 11 gb of bloat. I checked for bloat because the 128gb nvme it has only had 10gb with only a browser on the pc. Is there anything else I should check for?

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You can use an application called "Tree Size" to scan your PC and show you file sizes of all your files on your storage. Then delete anything you think isn't needed.
Hope this helps 🙂

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2 minutes ago, Lucasgrady12 said:

I would check app data and temp files that’s what i do 

I make sure to clear temp files every week

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3 minutes ago, Techestro said:

You can use an application called "Tree Size" to scan your PC and show you file sizes of all your files on your storage. Then delete anything you think isn't needed.
Hope this helps 🙂

It does, goddamn Dell and their stupid useless apps

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