I have desktop PC running on windows 8 64 bit. Initially in December 2012, after side by side installation of MS Office 2010 and Office 2013 more than one-half of space in Drive C: of 100 GB was free. By end of April 2013 free space became reduced to less than 8 GB in Drive C: I uninstalled camera software FinePix from Drive C: and eventually installed it in External Drive D:
On May 1 2013 I removed all partitions of the hard disk. As on that date Drive C: showed 60.7 GB free of 148 GB. I did not install any additional program thereafter. I also did not save any file in Drive C: except 3 screenshots of less than a total size of 500 KB. I used to delete all browsing history and downloaded files as well as files in recycle bin. On May 6 I shifted file location of TEMP and TMP folders to external Drive D: where the window now store temporary files after May 6.
Despite all these efforts, presently Drive C: has 56.9 GB free of 148 GB. The space is being exhausted at the rate of about 0.5 GB a day after my activity of reading few web based emails and browsing for about less than an hour a day.
I have Kaspersky Internet Security installed on desktop PC. No threat or vulnerabilities have been reported.
I now intend to refresh my PC when space in Drive C: become exhausted to about 90 percent. Is there any other method to conserve space in Drive C: