Fix C drive full error in Windows 10

Fix C drive full error in Windows 10

Sunday - 11/13/2022 08:04
In Windows 10, after using for a while, the C drive is abnormally full, the system reports red. Your computer is running slow, because it can't save the clipboard. To fix this problem, you can follow the instructions below.
Step 1. Delete restore points and turn off saving restore point
Click Start → Setting → About → System Protection
system resotore

Tick: Disable system protection
At Max Usage, drag the slider to position 0. Click Delete to delete all restore points for this drive. Select Yes/Apply/OK
Step 2. Turn off the Reserved storage feature
Open CMD (Run as administrator), and type the command:
DISM /Online /Set-ReservedStorageState /State:Disabled
Enter, and wait...
Step 3. Clean up temp folder
Open Run, type: %temp%
Enter, then delete all files in this folder (Shift + Delete)
Step 4. Delete all file in Download folder
Open: C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download
Delete all files in this folder (Shift + Delete)
Step 5. Clean up system update files
Open CMD (Run as administrator), and type the command:
Dism.exe /online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup
Enter, and wait...
Step 6. Empty Recycle Bin
Right click Recycle Bin on Desktop, select Empty Recycle Bin → Yes

After completing the above 6 steps, restart your computer. Now the C drive will definitely return to its real capacity.

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