So I just looked at my desktop computer and realized that I only have 12GB of space left on it which is really weird because I have barely anything installed on the drive. The biggest thing is VS2013 and that is it.
So I did some digging and it turns out over one half of my 120GB SSD drive is full from windows files. Specifically pagefile.sys and hiberfil.sys which were taking up about 60GB of space their selves >_<. I never knew about these culprits so figured it might help some others some space.
pagefile.sys is from what I read used to temporarily save working memory when your ram is full. If you have over 8gb of RAM you should be fine to disable it and save some space if you need to (EDIT: helios pointed out that disabling pagefile.sys is probably not a good thing to do so might want to do some research on this since it seems to be a contention if this a good thing to do or not).
To disable it follow these steps
Start -> right click Computer -> Properties -> (for Windows 7) left side of the screen "Advanced system settings" -> tab advanced -> Performance settings -> tab advanced -> Virtual memory, change -> deselect "Automatically manage paging file size for all drives" -> select "No paging file", click "Set", OK, OK, OK, OK, Restart Now.
hiberfil.sys is used for hibernation mode on your computer. If you rarely use hibernation mode you can disable this and save some space also. I did it since I am on a desktop and very rarely put it into hibernation mode, but on my laptop I use hibernation mode all the time.
To disable it you can run this simple command from the command prompt (Make sure you open the cmd with admin rights).
They also have a .exe that can disable or enable it for you http://support.microsoft.com/kb/920730
Anyways thought this might help some others that run into the same problem I had.