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 Where are Windows Update files stored in Vista?

Answer If you have automatic updates enabled, Windows Vista stores your update history and related data in the directory C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution. You can find any files that have been saved by Win... Read More »
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Where do AutoRecovery files get stored for Office 2007 in Windows Vista?

Microsoft Office 2007 AutoRecovery files are saved as .asd files. You can set the location these files are saved to by selecting the Advanced option under Word's Word Options menu. However, if you ... Read More »
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How to Remove Windows Vista Update Backup Files?

Removing the Windows Vista backup files on your computer can free up nearly 1.5 gigabytes of space of you remove the backup files for both Service Packs 1 and 2, or close to 0.5 gigabytes of space ... Read More »
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Where are the system restore files stored in Vista?

Windows Vista creates its own hidden drive partition to store important files, including system restore files. Storing files on a second partition adds a level of security to the integrity of the f... Read More »
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Where are Outlook 2002 files stored in Vista?

Microsoft Outlook 2002 stores messages, tasks, notes, contacts, journal entries and appointments in Personal Storage folders, or .pst files. The default path of .pst files in Windows Vista is "driv... Read More »
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