Small Bytes: The Windows 10 Creators update is huge and includes plenty new features. But, an entire lot of space is consumed by the leftover Windows files. You are able to delete them utilizing the Disk Clean-up utility within Windows 10 and release to 29GB space.
Microsoft has released the Windows 10 Fall Creators update and it comes with lots of new features and improvements to the Operating-system. In case you have not yet upgraded to the latest version, you can try this manual approach to installing the Fall Creators update. This update earns new features like voice commands for shutdown and restarts using Microsoft’s own Cortana, pin contacts to the taskbar and so much more. In this article, we will highlight how to reclaim hard disk drive space after installing the Windows 10 Fall creators update on your computer.
Important: Please note that deleting these data files won’t enable you to roll back to the older version of Window. So, be sure that the new version of Windows works fine.
RELEASE to 29GB Space after Windows 10 Creators Update
- Open This PC.
- Right, Click on your Windows installation drive (For example, C in my case).
- Click Properties.
- Click Disk Clean-up.
- In the Disk Cleanup window, click Clean up system files.
- Make the sure the Previous Windows Installations(s)check box is ticked. Also, tick all the checkboxes for the items you want to clean.
- Click Ok and the process is completed.
The drive clean-up process shall finish in a few minutes. You can release just as much as 29 gigs of space on your hard drive.
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