Mine is 14.9 Gbs. I have the room on my C drive, but I suppose I'm just paranoid about losing too much space. From looking at the folder, I feel I could comfortably place the skins on my C drive where WindowBlinds is installed.
I guess I was too paranoid because I knew it was a pretty hefty amount of data. That's why I install most of my programs and games to other large SSD's in my system. I figure if I didn't have that policy for programs in general, I would have run out of room on my C drive long ago.
Still, it's a habit I developed a long time ago. I need to not automatically just go with my model of installing most other programs and data files for programs that do reside on the C drive to other drives. I need to be able to make a reasoned decision after examining the truth of the evidence when it comes to overall size of the data. In some instances, it's valid for data to go on other drives. In this case though, thanks to you, I've decided it does not.
I do think this brings up a possible thing to consider though. Most programs upon installing them give the user the ability to choose which drive they wish to install to. During the installation, the dialog box came up showing where the program was going to be installed, but it did not give the user the choice to install it somewhere else. I think it's a fair point to put forth that that freedom during the installation process should be given to the end user since so many other programs give the end user that ability.
Nonetheless though, you have made me examine my own particular use case, and you are correct. I can move my data files over.