For those using one of those hybrid 2-in-1 computers, some of which, comes with an SSD with a capacity as small as 32GB or 64GB. Getting Windows 10 upgrades will be impossible if you don’t have at least 6GB on space on your computer. I was wondering why the Windows 10 Anniversary Update had not rolled into my 2-in-1 Asus T100 laptop-cum-tablet.
The bad thing with these 2-in-1 devices is that they do such a good job at replacing your desktop computer, which at times you forget they are a compromised computer. So you keep installing apps and storing files on Drive C as you would on a normal laptop with over 500GB of mechanical hard drive space. That said!
How to find out what’s eating up Space
First thing first, you must establish exactly what is taking up too much space on your computer. You could still be having the Windows.Old files ( an earlier version of Windows [or Windows 10 earlier release] from before upgraded to your current).
The ‘recommended’ way of finding out what’s taking space on your computer is as follows:
Go to Settings > System …read more
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