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Future versions of Windows 10 will reserve 7GB of storage to prevent big updates failing

Tuesday January 8, 2019. 10:09 PM , from BetaNews
Previous feature updates for Windows 10 tended to fail if you didn’t have enough free storage for the task. The onus was on users to free up the required space manually before the update could go ahead, but that’s about to change. In the next big feature update, version 1903 (codenamed 19H1), due out in the spring, Windows 10 will automatically reserve enough space to ensure the update can complete without problems. This might be 7GB, but it could be more, 'based on how you use your device'. This 'reserved storage' won’t be used exclusively for big updates though, it… [Continue Reading]

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