While cleaning up a hard drive, you begin to look for folders that are excessively large and discover that the C:WindowsWinSxS folder is more than 7 GB. That’s almost half the size of the entire C:Windows folder on this drive.
Research the purpose of the WinSxS folder. What goes in this folder and how does it get there? How can the size of the folder be reduced without causing major trouble with the OS? Write your response of at least 175 words in the discussion board and cite at least three articles.