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Last Post by czardomains
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No . Its normal,

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q308549/

System History
System Information in Windows XP provides a new view of changes to the computer. Rather than a separate history view for each category as was shown in Windows 98, Windows XP enables you to view all changes to the computer since a certain date, and time.

The history information is provided in the same three main categories that were provided in the Standard view: Hardware Resources, Components and Software Environment. History Information is provided by WMI, and is stored in the Extensible Markup Language (XML) data files located in Windows\PCHealth\HelpCtr\Datacoll.

something to do with the windows monitoring tools

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no its not for them its for you

its a diagnostic tool
im pretty sure you can clear it via disk cleanup

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no its not for them its for you

its a diagnostic tool
im pretty sure you can clear it via disk cleanup

the more they "diagnose" , the more they screw up.

more dirty hands in the cookie jar

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