I don’t know what I would have done without the System Restore functionality in Windows. Curl up in a corner and cry perhaps? It is a well-known fact that Windows will on occasion be messed up – even after an Update-Thursday (the day most updates roll out from Microsoft).
If you never had to used it (I’m not quite sure I believe you) or you rarely do, the old (and unused) Restore Points will undoubtedly take up a lot of hard-Drive space. If you are on Windows 7, you may have discovered that Windows on occasion deletes the old Restore Points Automatically so you really don’t need to worry much about it. If you use an older Windows – chances are that your Restore Points are piling up on you.
So How do you easily remove the old Restore Points, yet – keep the new ?