First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
Windows 2000: tuning the new OS
- — 09 March, 2000 14:45
To save disk space, why not compress a file or folder you don't use often? This could be a program you use infrequently, old data you aren't ready to archive completely - anything that you can afford to load up a little more slowly than usual (yes, that's the trade-off with file compression).
In Explorer, right-click the file or folder, and select Properties. On the General tab, click the Advanced button, and click a check mark in the box labelled Compress contents to save disk space.