Microsoft Announces New Disk Cleanup Features in Windows 10 19H1
Windows 10 19H1 will come with a long list of improvements, and one of those that can already be tested by Windows insiders provides users with more control over the disk cleanup process.
Available in Windows 10 build 18277, the updated Storage settings page includes a list of how the storage is being used, clearly indicating what’s eating up your storage and letting you remove them with just a few clicks.
The new options are available in Settings under System > Storage and show the amount of space required by apps and features, mail, OneDrive, temporary files, and other files. Clicking any of these gets you to a more detailed look at how they use the available space and let you start the cleaning to free up space on the drive.
The list of displayed categories can be further expanded to show how much storage other Windows components take on your drives, including libraries, other people accounts, maps, and the desktop.
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