Windows 10 Fall Creators update is already here and rolling out to users in phases. Some users are never going to get the upgrade, even if Microsoft has already availed the upgrade to their location for the simple reason they do not have enough space on their Drive (C:).
One of the requirements to upgrade Windows 10 to the latest release is a minimum of 8GB space on your Drive (C:); where the Windows installation files are typically found. A user may lack space on that drive because of multiple reasons:
You have installed a lot of application programs thereby maxing out space on Drive (C:)
You have saved numerous files such documents, videos, music, and photos on either the desktop or their respective Folders on your local system. To the extent that Drive (C:) is almost getting full.
Your device simply has a small capacity onboard memory storage. This is mostly the case with tablet devices running Windows. They often come with an onboard storage ranging between 32GB-64GB.
Whichever the case, this article is going to show you a little trick on how to move apps from Drive (C:) …read more