What should you do if there is either no or very little space left on the C drive?

If there is very little or no space left on the C drive, it can cause problems with performing operations and saving data on your computer. Low levels of free space can lead to slow system performance, instability, and make it difficult to install programs and updates.

Here are some recommendations that can help you save space on your C drive:

1. Delete unnecessary files: Empty the Recycle Bin, delete temporary files, remnants of installed programs, temporary Internet files, and other unnecessary files. To do this, you can use the built-in disk cleaning utilities or third-party programs to clean the system.

2. Move files to another disk: If you have another disk or external hard drive with free space, move important files or programs to it. This is especially true for large media files such as videos, music, or photos.

3. Uninstall programs you don’t use: Check the list of installed applications and uninstall those that you no longer need or use.

4. Saving data in cloud services: Leave some of your documents, photos, videos, and other files in cloud storage (e.g., Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.) to free up space on your local disk.

5. Delete old information: Delete old backups, system log files, and other obsolete files that are no longer needed.

6. Increase the size of the C drive: If you have the option, you can try to increase the size of your C drive by reallocating space from other partitions or use a third-party partition resizing program.

7. Use an external hard disk: If none of the above methods are an option, you may want to consider using an external hard drive to save your data and programs.

8. Replace the disk with a larger one and clone all partitions: To replace a disk with a larger one and clone all partitions, you can use special disk cloning programs. One of the most popular free tools for this purpose is the Clonezilla program. It is an open-source solution that allows you to backup and clone disks with Windows and other operating systems.

Before making any changes to your computer, always make backups of important data to avoid possible loss of information. It is also recommended to be careful not to delete system files if you are not sure what you are doing.