How to completely remove windows.edb file ?
What is windows.edb file that path is C: \ProgramData\Microsoft\Search\Data\Applications\Windows\windows.edb in Windows 7 ?
This file is generated by the index function, you can speed up the search, the continuous increase in the index file, the file size will continue to increase, reach a few hundred megabytes or even gigabyte, and delete, if does not turn off the Indexing Service, then the file will continue to appear. To completely remove very simple, in computer management settings, close the "Windows Search" service can be.
It is very simple, disable the windows search service. Then delete the file.
Second, click "Start"
Search for "the Indexing Options" (entered without the quotes).
To change the Windows search
Advanced - index location - Select a new location
Above is to move windows.edb in order to take up system disk space savings.If you do not want to disable the index can only be the case.
And if you consider windows.edb this stuff is too much you could reduce the number of index position.
We are using Windows 7 will find the size of system is between Windows XP and Vista, but some people still want to let Windows 7 system be minimized. The following three methods will let you get it.
Microsoft Vista for such a large volume, is explained this way: we built for our vista users millions of hardware drivers, and because the kernel upgrade, we must take into account compatibility with old kernel function, this has led to a volume of soared.
So for the next generation of Microsoft operating system: Windows 7, its volume be? Or not as bloated and Vista, right? Of course not, Microsoft's early in the development of a lot of lessons have been learned, a great improvement. A 2G memory laptop, installed Windows 7 Ultimate Edition, the space is probably the 9G, smaller than Vista full 3G! Our win fighters today will also share with you the next,the secret of Windows 7 further reduced "3G "fat. You are not curious about what is Win fighters it? Article finally, we will decrypt it!
1.Removal of virtual memory file to a non-system disk.