The other day I noticed that my laptop's C: drive space is starting to fill up automatically, about half a Gig per minute.
Around the same time I had installed Unity to an external hard drive, but have since removed all shortcuts and traces of it on my PC and have it unplugged completely. I also restored my laptop to the morning before I had installed it(the only restore point available), but nothing has changed.
I ran a Malwarebytes scan, chkdsk /f /r /x, deleted restore points, ran powercfg.exe /hibernate off(only gave me back a few Gigs, but didn't stop the problem), ran SpaceSniffer(even after filtering for modified files it didn't show anything that was creating/modifying at the rate that my disk space was decreasing via C: properties), and deleted temporary files(appData/local/temp, Windows/temp) just to get some space back & to see if they kept showing up there, but they weren't.
When I disconnect from the internet, "Used Space" STILL keeps increasing. When I'm connected to the internet, or even running a simple windows program, it increases even faster.
I have nooooo idea what to do, I had to post this from another computer because I'm afraid I'll be completely out of C: disk space soon enough & then won't be able to even boot up my PC.
Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.