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How to disable reserved storage in Windows 10

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If you have upgraded to Windows 10 version 1903 — or Windows 10 19H1 as you may know it — you will find that a portion of your hard drive has been set aside thanks to the new “reserved storage” option. Microsoft introduced this Storage Reserve (as it is also known) to “ensure proper performance and successful updates of your device”, but not everyone is happy about it. You may be running low on disk space, or you just might like to remain in control of how your hard drive is used — in which case, read on to find… …Continue reading on BetaNews

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