Just wondering if anyone knows what these folders are, and if they are safe to delete.. I'm anal about wasted space This is Windows XP Pro, by the way. Thanks in advance to anyone who can help me, I really appreciate it! And sorry if this isn't quite the right forum, I couldn't decide where to post this. On my C drive, the folder "System Volume Information" is taking up 2.79 GB.. does anyone know what this is and if I can delete it? it seems like a HUGE waste of space to me.. In my Windows folder.. There's a folder "Driver cache\i386" with 2 files, driver.cab = 73 MB, and sp1.cab = 13 MB.. Can this go? "Internet Logs" is taking up 150 MB, I don't need these right? "LastGood.tmp" folder is taking up 17 MB, this can go right? There's another "LastGood" folder taking up 50 MB, I assume thats the one XP uses in the event of a system error right? "ServicePackFiles\i386" is taking up close to 300 MB, I don't need that anymore right? I'm on broadband so its no problem to download the pack again, if I ever need it.. Lastly, my "System32" file, I know this is an important file and absolutely can't be deleted. But its taking up 750 MB--isn't that a bit abnormal? Could something be wrong?