Microsoft Outlook 2010: Eliminate the deleted item space in Windows Vista
To keep your Windows Vista PC and all the applications set in it running, you will have to ensure that the hard disk of the PC isn’t clogged and has free space to aid the computing tasks. Since all your e-mailing tasks greatly depend on Microsoft Outlook 2010, you obviously can’t do with a sluggishly performing program. In addition, if the hard disk space is completely consumed, you will not be able to send or receive further mails and that may become really inconvenient for you. To fix this, you can not only delete the redundant and unusable mails, you can further remove them from your Windows Vista PC’s memory so that space is freed up.
Here is the easy-step solution to the issue:
1. Open Microsoft Outlook
2. On the File menu, click on “Account Settings
3. On the “Data Files tab, click to select your “Personal Folder
4. Click “Settings
5. On the “General tab, click “Compact Now
6. Click “OK and then click “Close
By following the six steps, you can conveniently free up disk space by eliminating the deleted item space and by compacting the PST and OST files in your application.
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