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It feels like Microsoft is upgrading its key system updates for Windows, which is about every six months now. But the problem Apart from Redmond, eat your files, is that Windows updates always leave a lot of temporary files and other space stealing garbage on your PC. This can accumulate over time and erode many wasted gigabytes that you may not or may not need.

To resolve this issue, it is recommended that you clean up these temporary files after each major Windows 10 update. It's a simple process that showed first in a new groovyPost article.

Open the Windows 10 app settings, then the system section, and then the storage area. If you then scroll down, you will see an option that says "Free up space now."Click on it.

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Windows will now scan your computer and display a list of items that you can safely delete. Be sure to read each description carefully to make sure you really want to delete it – once something is gone, there are no deceptions.

If you are nervous for some reason, consider creating a system restore point before deleting these temporary files in the rare event that something goes wrong. As you probably already know, a system restore point will reset your PC to an earlier version if something goes wrong.

To create a system restore point in Windows 10:

  • Open your Start menu and search for "Creating a recovery point".
  • Click on the result "System Properties".
  • When the box opens, select the main system drive under "Protection Settings" and click the "Create" button.
  • Enter a description to identify the recovery point. Usually I only use the date.
  • Click on "Create".
Screenshot: groovyPost

If you go back to regain your disk space, as you proceed bit by bit, the only element that will make a big difference to deleting is all the files associated with "Previous Windows Installations." As you can see above, old files that we no longer needed 28 gigabytes of space – that's not much if your drive capacity is a terabyte or more, but it's pretty much for a small capacity SSD.

Once you're ready to make your selections, select the check boxes for the items you'd like to delete and click the "Remove Files" button below. You may need to restart the computer to finish the job, but be prepared to use all the free space that you saved when Windows reloads.

How to release tons of disk space after Windows 10 1809 update | groovy post

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