Disk space showing in Windows XP SP3

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Disk space
Hard disks
Windows XP SP3
On one computer in the lower left corner, I get the disk space used. On the other I do not. How do I get disk space to show. Please help....

Software/Hardware used:
Windows XP SP3
ASKED: January 3, 2011  4:29 AM
UPDATED: November 4, 2011  10:09 AM

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This depends on what you are refering to as “lower left corner.” The only one I konw of in Windows XP is the Status Bar in Windows Explorer

1. In Windows Explorer select “View”
2. Check (enable) “Status Bar.”

This adds a status bar to the bottom of the Windows Explorer window which can show free space for the selected drive.

Thanks! This answers the question!

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You can determine the available disk space and used on your hard disk drive, you can do this by clicking Start, click My Computer or Computer and right click the Drive letter like Drive C.

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  • jkeri
    why not try going into My COMPUTER and right-click the disk. Then select PROPERTIES?
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    Think this site is getting spammed by bots creating accounts advertising web hosting.
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  • TerryHammer
    More information would be nice.
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