You'd have to use the restore partition on your laptop which will restore your laptop to exactly the state it was in when you bought it. I'm not sure that's really worth it. Note: you'd lose ANYTHING on your hard disk.
There are free compression programs if you want a compression program- hey, you could even buy a license...
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