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There's no direct visual result, you need to wait until such a log file is big enough.This solution still works for me on Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 after 1 year though i can not be sure that compression will never fail again, if it does...This method cannot be blocked by the operating system or other programs, and therefore is more portable.However, it may be less accurate than the Software recording method.We can change app icon on the basis of our interest (Whats App icon in 8 colors).As we know Whats App uses the blue color icon on your mobile, Now you can change the icon of the app, i have changed to blue, pink, etc.7.
Download stories from other friends posts whether they may image or with this feature you can download on clicking on top 3 dots and click on download now.5.should be copied to cbs.and a new file should be started.You can try compressing the file: I had a cbs.file of 17 gb , as i was sure that it wasn't me filling up my ssd , i searched for unusual big files in the windows log directory. So, to reset the compression in the CBS folder i've used following method : NOTE: Cleaning up the CBS folder resets the compression process, so the new created log files should not get bigger than 50 Mb before the compression into files as it should be.then simply repeat the solution again but be sure to disable Trusted Installer before deleting the files in the CBS folder. Just in case anyone wonders why this happens in the first place. The service seems to stop itself automatically once it's done.I believe I have reproduced the special conditions (I'm sure there are other variations of these conditions that could cause the same result though): The following process seems to have fixed the issue: "disable Windows Module Installer service, delete contents of C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\ folder, and the 'C:\Windows\Temp' folder—skipping any files in use, then start Windows Module Installer service again and set it to 'manual' start (the default)". As a workaround, on Windows 7, if the "Windows Modules Installer" service is stopped, then starting it appears to trigger the log rotation process that creates a fresh file and moves the old file into a compressed Cbs Persist archive.
The next day the hard drive was full again, so I continued with deleting another 5 GB, and once again the next day the disk was full.