How to Enable Reserved Storage in Windows 10 19H1
One of the new features coming to Windows 10 devices when the 19H1 update is finalized is called reserved storage.
As one can figure out by simply reading its name, the purpose of reserved storage is to block a certain amount of space on a Windows 10 device for other uses that are strongly related to the operating system itself.
For example, Windows 10 would use this reserved storage to download the necessary update files, so this way Microsoft can make sure that all devices are seamlessly updated to the latest version.
At this point, Windows Update fails when there’s not enough space to get the update files, so with reserved storage, such an error would no longer occur because technically, there would always be available storage for such files.
The feature will be enabled by default on devices that come with Windows 10 19H1 pre-install… (read more)