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Windows 10 just updated and I lost 30% of my SSD Space.?
People have suggested that I clean the disc and throw out the old window files..... Using CCleaner how would I do this and what files do I throw out ?
Thanks and please keep it simple as Im not very savvy computer wise.
- Anonymous1 month ago
And you haven't right clicked on the "C:" drive and tried to run a Disk Cleanup in "C:" Drive properties for What reason?
- 1 month ago
I would like to suggest you Install fresh windows.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 71 month ago
here's simple -- get an SSD that's twice the size of the present one. Windows didn't delete its old files just in case you need to 'roll back' to an earlier version ... this is a 'safety' feature. [the Windows rescue program that you make and run from DVD/USB is how these files are accessed.]
- 1 month ago
Look in the Start menu - Windows Administrative Tools - Disk Clean-Up and use the option to clean system files. Select Windows update clean-up to remove the old files.
NOTE: Be sure you are happy with the update, as once you wipe the update files the only way back is a complete windows re-install