Windows 10: I need some cleaning on my PC about Windows10 upgrade... :)
I need some cleaning on my PC about Windows10 upgrade... :)
Hi boys..... i'm recently buy a newest asus desktop whit Windows 10 Home x64 and i have, thinks, i have installed all upgrade on Windows Updates and on two past days i have also installed the Upgrade (whitout any problems) to "Anniversay Edition".
I have used the official "Assistant update" and after about 90minutes i can back to use my windows but now i have look around "My Computer" and i see it's possibly to make some cleaning.... for example:
1) I have a folder called "Windows.old" on C:\... size it's a lot of GB. I thinks it's a like of backup of previous windows installation..... how i can remove whitout any problems ?
2) Also in C:\ i have a folder called "Windows10Upgrade". Size it's aroud 15MB...... i thinks this is the "Assistant Upgrade" app. This app it's also listen on "Installed App"....... i can remove ? Or this folder it's a part of other things ?
3) Instead on my D:\ i have another "Windows10Upgrade" folder............. inside of it there's present a file called "14393.0.160715-1616.rs1_release_CLIENTCombined_RET_x64fre_it-it.esd". The size it's around 2.58GB. i thinks there's the somethings about the ISO of Windows 10 Anniversay Edition right ? I can conserve ? I can convert it to ISO and for example reverse on a USB Pendrive whit rufus or similar ?? Or also i can delete ?
For now it's all i have looked...........
Open Admin Command prompt, copy and paste or type:
%SystemRoot%\System32\Cmd.exe /c Cleanmgr /sageset:65535 & Cleanmgr /sagerun:65535
Put a check mark on everything except Setup.log. Windows will prompt to confirm deletion, answer Yes
mmmmmmmmmmm.. and this to erase what exactly? Point 1,2 or 3 ?
Otherwise i have tryed to lauch........ on all list i don't find no voice about Setup.log....... i have (in exact order):
1) Temporary Setup Files
2) File Chkdsk obsoleti
3) File di registro di installazione
4) Pulizia di Windows Update
5) Windows Defender
6) File di registro dell'aggiornamento di Windows
7) Programmi scaricati
8) File temporanei internet
9) Pagine WEB Offline
10) File di dump della memoria degli errori di sistema
11) File di dump della memoria ridotti degli errori di sistema
12) File scaricati dell'aggiornamento di Windows
13) File utente della segnalazione degli errori Windows archiviati
14) " " " " " " accodati
15) File di sistema etc etc della segnalazione degli errori
16) File di sistema etc again
17) File temporanei di segnalazione
18) File di installazione ESD di Windows
19) Installazione di Windows Precedenti
21) RetailDemo Offline Content
22) File di backup pacchetto di aggiornamento
23) File Temporanei
24) Cronologia File Utente
Sorry for italian voices........... but what's the exact "Setup.log" i don't need to check ?
Once in awhile I check my system files using SFC,
I just checked it but found problems and wasn't able to fix them.
So I ran the DISM command but then again couldn't fix it. DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /restorehealth
I am using windows 7 64 bit on a brand new computer partly home made
I have downloaded Windows 10 upgrade. Unfortunately it doesn't recognise my DVD player. Checking the internet I am not alone in this.
Ok, I'm pretty sure I know what's going on, but I don't know which commands to run to fix. So, Windows 10 runs into issues during the reboot portion of the upgrade. I think it's that the windows boot manager believes it's in the first partition on...
So I have left over the "Windows.old" file on my C drive, which is taking up 36.8GB of precious space. I know deleting this will prevent me from "going back to windows 7", the option in the settings.
I have a Macrium reflect image of my C drive...
Is there anything I must do to make all my PCs download from each other to upgrade WIn10,
Note they are all on same network (connected to same router) but I'm not sure if I need to create a homegroup or something like that?