My parents recently purchased a new Dell Desktop and I have been downloading some music that I cannot find in local stores (I've done about 75 songs so far- damn I want my own broadband line!). Anyway, they said that I can download as much music as I want, provided that I erase it soon after I burn it to CD. I understand that their hard drive is able to hold this information with no problem (and them some), however, it is their computer and I have to respect their wishes. So, when I go to delete the songs after downloading them, I go to my "music library", right click on the selected song and click "delete." A window then pops up and asks "Are you sure you want to delete the selected file?" I click "Yes." Is that all there is? For some reason, when I used to use Napster I seem to remember having to do more than that. Also, Napster had an "incomplete folder" for downloads that users terminated before the songs were finished. I see no such folder in Kazaa. Can anyone tell me if one exists or how I can delete songs that may indeed be incomplete? Again, I realize that the hard drive has more than enough storage space, however, I have to respect my parent's wishes as it is their computer and not mine.