I love Google Chrome browser. It is fast, relatively lightweight and has a vast extensions library.
Google Chrome is one of the best browsers today. But did you know Google Chrome is secretly eating up precious space on your spanking new SSD?
Whenever Chrome updates itself, which it just did a couple days ago, you don't notice it because everything is seamless. It is another I like Chrome. But did you know it keeps old version of itself?
Here is how you can free up space by deleting old versions of Google Chrome;
Click on start menu and type in "run"
Click on run, and a little window should pop up
Assuming you installed chrome to the default location, enter the following string command,
%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\Application
and hit enter.
Now you can see that I have 2 versions of Google Chrome,
If you have been using Chrome for awhile, you may have more than 2 versions, simply delete the old version(s) folder to free up space.
by deleting the old version 16 of Google Chrome, I just freed up 81 Mb of space.