how to minimize shadow copy space?

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    how to minimize shadow copy space?


    Well, how can i shrink down the amount of space used for shadow copy?
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    Thanks isit fine if i minimize it to only 2%?
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    It is if that's all the space you want available for restore points.
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    Just a quick question if i revert back to Win 7 now, can i go back to 10 again anytime i want? Without using any installation disk.
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    You could use the "Upgrade to Windows 10" update in Windows Update, but you'll also always be able to upgrade or clean install to Windows 10 with installation media.
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    And also i would like to ask is there anyway to set update to manual?
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    Thanks for the quick reply. Which is the best option if i am using Home version?

    After i turn off auto update. How can i update manually?
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    I find OPTION FOUR works best for Windows 10 Home.

    You would just need to manually check for and install updates. :)

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