Windows 10: Cumulative Update KB4100403 Windows 10 v1803 Build 17134.81 - May 23

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  1.    26 May 2018 #90

    slicendice said: View Post
    Yep, I did for a while, until I realized Apple owned both me and my iPhone, so I tossed it in the bin and switched to something I own and can control.
    Unfortunately we have got ourselves a bit caught up in their eco system. Lots of cool potential good products such as Apple TV, iPhone, HomePod, iPad but the bugs especially in iOS 11 are horrendous and their technical support fails to see blame and thinks itís user issue all the time. They are so arrogant and believe they are gods of the tech world. I love and loathe their products all at the same time! But whilst they dominate our mobile preferences they will never ever replace windows for desktop computing. Trouble is Microsoft arenít an awful lot better at the moment. Ignoring issues, bugs. Constant updates which often breaks things. I wish MS would focus on desktop instead of this whole hybrid OS with the modern app nonsense. I think the two companies pedal change for the sake of change. They seem to think pushing update after updates is a good thing, as if there are some kind of bragging rights to pushing out as many updates out as possible in as short time as possible
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       26 May 2018 #91

    I'm having some serious bad luck with this update. Currently on 17134.48 1803 and when I try to update to KB4100403 the PC restarts and passes the windows logo but hangs on a black screen with busy cursor and doesn't get to login screen. Have to choose a restore point and go back to the previous update to reboot. Any ideas?
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  3.    27 May 2018 #92

    Can someone tell me the size of a clean Win10 install with the latest update?

    I need to reinstall Win due to certain problems, I had updated to the latest update and my 100GB Win partition ended up full by the time the update was over. Do I need more than 100?
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1809 Build 17763.104 (Branch: RS5 Release Preview)
       27 May 2018 #93

    Alfred001 said: View Post
    Can someone tell me the size of a clean Win10 install with the latest update?

    I need to reinstall Win due to certain problems, I had updated to the latest update and my 100GB Win partition ended up full by the time the update was over. Do I need more than 100?
    A clean installed 64-bit Windows 10 takes around 12-20GB of HDD space, depending on how much RAM you have. You can completely disable the hiberfile.sys, which brings you down to about 10-13GB of used space. An OS version upgrade needs at least 8.5-9GB of free HDD space. And for Cumulative Updates the requirements vary, depending on the size of the update.
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  5.    27 May 2018 #94

    slicendice said: View Post
    A clean installed 64-bit Windows 10 takes around 12-20GB of HDD space, depending on how much RAM you have. You can completely disable the hiberfile.sys, which brings you down to about 10-13GB of used space. An OS version upgrade needs at least 8.5-9GB of free HDD space. And for Cumulative Updates the requirements vary, depending on the size of the update.
    I was a bit unclear, by "clean" I meant nothing else installed but Windows (no programs). So I'm wondering what a Windows 10 install with every updated installed takes up.
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       27 May 2018 #95

    Alfred001 said: View Post
    I was a bit unclear, by "clean" I meant nothing else installed but Windows (no programs). So I'm wondering what a Windows 10 install with every updated installed takes up.
    Exactly what I just said
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    W10 pro x64 and W8.1 x86
       27 May 2018 #96

    Its pretty small. I'll let you do the maths... looking at my own system, an AOMEI disk image file of a clean install (nothing else added) is around 6.7Gb. A disk image file of the complete installation (so W10, updates, user data etc) weighs in at 17.4Gb. The image files are compressed by the image program (like most such programs) and the 17.4Gb compressed file restores to give a 28Gb C drive.
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  8.    27 May 2018 #97

    That's weird. Here's the problem I have:

    A few days ago I installed the 1803 update. I let it install while I was at work and by the time I came home it was finished, however it took up all the space on my Windows partition.

    I have a 100 GB Win partition that had 50-40 GB free before the update. I used Disc Cleanup to find "Previous Windows Installation" (or something like that) which was taking up 24 GB and I deleted that. The 24 GB I freed up was quickly taken up again and I was back to 0.

    Then I went to windows\temp and found that the folder is taking up 53,5 GB. What is going on here and can I delete all this stuff in the temp folder?
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro N 64-bit 10240 Multiprocessor Free
       27 May 2018 #98

    Alfred001 said: View Post
    That's weird. Here's the problem I have:

    A few days ago I installed the 1803 update. I let it install while I was at work and by the time I came home it was finished, however it took up all the space on my Windows partition.

    I have a 100 GB Win partition that had 50-40 GB free before the update. I used Disc Cleanup to find "Previous Windows Installation" (or something like that) which was taking up 24 GB and I deleted that. The 24 GB I freed up was quickly taken up again and I was back to 0.

    Then I went to windows\temp and found that the folder is taking up 53,5 GB. What is going on here and can I delete all this stuff in the temp folder?
    you use disk cleanup
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  10. Posts : 1,371
    W10 pro x64 and W8.1 x86
       27 May 2018 #99

    I would reboot and run disk clean again. Be sure to click the clean up system files option. Its always difficult to say what is going on without being in front of it.
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