Windows requires significant additional disk space during the installation of each update function (because it unpacks all the files) and after it (since the previous version of Windows remains unchanged, so you can revert back). Microsoft will be highlighting more options for that later on towards the final release.
Microsoft has released a new cumulative update for Windows 10, but this time the company's target isn't the production version of the operating system.
There are a number of reports online of some Windows 10 users running the April 2018 Update suffering at the hands of update KB4480966.
The change was reverted the following day, but systems will remain affected until administrators remove an earlier update, KB971033.
Reserved storage will be introduced automatically on devices that come with version 1903 pre-installed or those where 1903 was clean installed. They can then reduce the Reserved Storage space by deleting any of these unwanted optional applications, Microsoft's announcement suggested. The reserved space is not completely lost in normal use, because some temporary files allow you to use this memory area. It should also prevent users from seeing an error message related to storage space when trying to update their PC.
Microsoft has also made general changes and improvements for the PC. These temporary files won't consume free user space when they are created and will be less likely to do so as temporary files increase in number, provided that the reserve isn't full, " Microsoft explained on its blog.
Microsoft's new storage policy may have been aimed at ensuring there are fewer instances of failed updates. Each file system can have a set of backup, and free disk space will decrease depending on the size of the backup.
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