Windows 10: Storage shows 24GB usage from Brother Industries. Can't uninstall
Storage shows 24GB usage from Brother Industries. Can't uninstall
Trying to clean up some space on my drive, I find that Brother is using 24.1 GB of space. However the options for Modify and Uninstall are grayed out. I once had a Brother printer that we used long ago. I found the related folders, but they were small. Brother does not show in Programs and Features. Tried looking with Revo Uninstaller as well. Searched for Brother with Regedit. No loose change of 24GB floating around.
How do I find and delete this to make this usable space again?
Attaching snip of Storage App to show usage.
Check for a folder in Programs Files(x86).
Thanks for the response.
I have checked Programs and Programs (x86). I have also looked at the folder Control Center where scans were stored. Still had a couple of scans there, but nothing the size of a deep space Hubble scan to justify 24GB.
Why don't you try with something like this: Download TreeSize Free - MajorGeeks to see where those files may be.
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