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C Drive filling up after using Dimension

New Here ,
Jan 05, 2020 Jan 05, 2020

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Hello! I've been using Dimension for about an year now, and for the past few months I've had problem with my C drive filling up for no reason. I've tried reinstalling Windows 10 couple times, it helped for few weeks and then the filling up started again. Now I discovered these folders which had almost 30gb's of stuff in them, I deleted the SnapshotRepository and everything seems to be working just right.81206283_606685836760730_8071737617982423040_n.png

But this one I'm bit more worried about, these seems to be some sort of "data" files of the materials (opened few of them and they had titles of the materials) I've got from Adobe Stock. They should be in the "cloud", but yet these are in my computer. Should I keep these, even though they take some space from my hard drive?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 05, 2020 Jan 05, 2020
All files that are in creative cloud libraries are syncr by CC App Manager and have been story on your hard disk. You can switch off CC Libraries syncr from CC App manager preferances

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Jan 05, 2020 Jan 05, 2020

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All files that are in creative cloud libraries are syncr by CC App Manager and have been story on your hard disk. You can switch off CC Libraries syncr from CC App manager preferances

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New Here ,
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Why would this be on by default? I mean it's Creative _Cloud_, and everything should be on Cloud... but glad I found what was filling up my drive.

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LEGEND ,
Jan 05, 2020 Jan 05, 2020

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your c drive fills up because that is where Windows puts it temp files if you don't take control so for example if you do a rendor and it fails for whatever reason then the space it was using in your C drive is now unusable until you restart Windows... a few failed rendors adds up fast

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Okay, I'll keep my eye on that, thanks!

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