Update: Ultimate Links - How to Make Free Space in Windows Vista and Xp from Hibernation

Free disk space, by deleting Hibernation file in Windows Vista and Xp

Every time you put your Windows Vista loaded computer, into hibernation, it creates a file called ‘hiberfil.sys’. This file uses your entire physical memory and grows its size, every time you hibernate your system. Hence you may want to delete it to free up some hard drive space.

Follow this procedure to delete this file.
1. Click on Start, go to All Programs, then Accessories, choose System Tools, and then click on "Disk Cleanup". 
2. You would be prompted to choose the drive you want to clean up. Then select the drive in which Windows Vista is installed and press OK. 
3. Disk Cleanup will start scanning the hard drive ...

View Original Content...