Windows 10: No room on C:
Disk Clean-up can release a significant amount of space, particularly if you click the 'Clean up system files' button. Doing so adds a 'More options' tab where you can delete all but the latest restore point (these can eat up a lot of space).
The list of things that can be cleaned with the system clean up include 'previous windows versions' (your windows.old) and 'Windows Update Clean-up', both of which can be quite significant sizes.
It's a bit of a minefield Googling for such things.. you never know what's full of spam/trojans or even if the DOWNLOAD
button downloads the app, or same adware!
Don't get carried and and try everything you see. Such 'make your PC faster/better/cleaner' promises can sometimes be a 'honey trap' laid by the malware merchants to catch those who are desperate for a solution.
Your first port of call should be to make full use of the built-in Microsoft tools. If you must try a 3rd-party tool, ONLY download directly from the authors, and only download one that has a good reputation. CCleaner seems to be one such tool, its use is mentioned in the tutorials...
System Restore Points - Delete in Windows 10
(see option four)
...and is discussed here.
Latest CCleaner Version Released
I'm trying to go from 8.1 to Windows 10 and Drive C has 650 gigs free but Drive D, the restore Drive only have 2.3 gigs free.
When I run the check it states enough storage and all the other tests pass so it starts the download process. About 30...
Someone really did it up good.....(22 Photos)
Awesome retro gaming room : theCHIVE
I have had Windows 10 spontaneously reboot on me quite a few times since I upgraded to it on my laptop not long ago, and it's happened three times in the last 24 hours. Unfortunately it always happens when I am out of the room, making tea. This...
This is what I see...