I installed SharePoint 2013 to become familiar with it and to also use the wiki functionality. It is now clear I will not likely be able to maintain SharePoint at the present time because it requires more attention than I'm able to give. But until I can transition my material to another mechanism, I'll need to keep SharePoint functional. I'd like to ask for some 'triage' style help to stabilize the system.
My immediate problem is the disk space used keeps growing. So following advice from multiple posts, I ran WinDirStat to find where the space is being used. But WinDirStat doesn't seem to reflect where the space is being used.
The server is a Hyper-V VM running 2012 R2 Standard, SharePoint 2013. The VHD is currently 99 GB in size, which was increased from 70 Gig just a few weeks ago. I haven't added any content, but 10 more Gig has been occupied, so it's now at 89 Gig full.
But WinDirStat only shows 36 Gig in its analysis. On my other PCs, WinDirStat shows an accurate reflection of disk space used.
So I can't even locate the files that are growing to know what to fix.
I did very little special configuration when I installed it. Just installed, added the wikis and started creating material.