Those 8, 15, 30GB files are indeed results of new software/game installation, those are OK, but the vast majority is just regular PC use, no new install, and as you can see they are always at least 1.5GB. I use Spotify so the music are always streamed and I don't work with videos so that's out, but I do work with programming (Java and Python, where the first one deals with compile-run process), but the files aren't anything near gigabytes. The software I have installed as of now are:
C: drive = SSD
D: drive = HDD
- Steam (installed on D: so the games are automatically installed on the HDD)
- Internet Download Manager (temp files on C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\IDM\ and completed download on D:/Downloads)
- Office 2016 Pro Plus
- Intellij IDEA Ultimate
- PyCharm Professional
- VMware Workstation (I don't have any VM on the computer)
- Sublime Text 3
- Kaspersky Internet Security
The only game I'm currently playing is GTA V and they save some data on "D:\Documents\Rockstar Games", but the entire folder is just 80MB.How can I do a "diff" on VIBs files to spot what changed?
Just so as you see the issue, I ran 2 backups with 2min window and the last one ended up with a 610MB restore size, how is that possible?
First backup (12:06PM)
Second backup (12:08PM)