Hi all, I've just made the jump to W7 (Professional) and I'm liking it so far, but I have a gripe! I've installed it to a clean 30 gig partition (C: ) and it seemed to be hogging an awful lot of space. I've moved the page file from C: to D: and I'm wanting to get rid of "hiberfil.sys" as I don't use Hibernate. According to what I've read online, it's a case of opening a command prompt and typing powercfg -h off, but when I do that I get "You do not have permission to enable or disable the Hibernate feature". I'm logged on as myself and I am an administrator and I'm in the Administrators group, so I'm not quite sure what's going on. I haven't really installed much else to C:-just MS Office, A/V, spyware apps etc, but I currently only have 7.35 gig free. Having said that, the C:>Users>Me folder is 7.1 gig in size! I copied that over from my Vista install as it has all my iPhone stuff on it (apps/music/allbum art etc). It breaks down like this: C:>Users>Me>Music>iTunes is 4.6 gig (3.1 GB of apps & 1.5 GB of Album artwork apparently!) C:>Users>Me>AppData is 2.3 gig in size (1.4 gig in Local, 807MB in Roaming and 82 MB in LocalLow). So any idea how to gget rid of Hiberfil.sys? What would also be great is for iTunes not to install/save everything by default to C:, but I don't think there's any way to specify a different path for that stuff. You can for the actual music library (I have mine on D: iTunes), but there doesn't seem to be an option for a different path for the music/apps stuff.