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    If you're happy with your pc and just want to free up space then get yourself an external hard drive and transfer your files across. For less than £50 you can get a 1TB drive connected by usb cable. Simply drag and drop from your pc to the hard drive.

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    Take a look at https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/wind...-the-easy-way/ if you want to add an external hard drive (or better still fit an internal one assuming you've a spare SATA connector). Also, as has been suggested, get yourself a solid-state drive and clone your existing C: drive to it for a very useful performance improvement. Western Digital SSDs come with a version of Acronis (downloaded from the WD support site https://support.wdc.com/downloads.aspx?p=119) which works very well. Ig your version of Window 7 is 32-bit then 4GB of memory is all it will use. If you're on a 64-bit version then another 4 GB will help.

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