Running out of memory
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01-10-10, 06:31 AM
Join Date: Jul 2009
As the others have said, you're talking about storage space (or hard drive space) not "memory" as such. Memory usually describes the RAM, or thinking space (rather than the storage space) of the computer. Removing programs will give you back the storage space they take up but won't directly affect your computers thinking space (this is only used when you actually run the program).
In answer to your question though, you could remove all the other programs apart from Windows photo browser, which you're stuck with as it's part of Windows itself. As mentioned above, you can also set them so that they don't automatically download your photos. My advice is that if you don't use them, uninstall them (same goes for all software in my book!).
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