12:34PM Friday 11 January
If you have upgraded to Windows 10 version 1903 -- or Windows 10 19H1 as you may know it -- you will find that a portion of your hard drive has been set aside thanks to the new "reserved storage" option. Read More »
71 Days Ago Windows 10's next feature upgrade will commandeer 7GB of a personal computer's storage space to better ensure updates are properly processed, Microsoft announced Monday. The drive space, dubbed "Reserved storage," will be set aside starting with what Microsoft will likely name "Windows 10 April 2019 Update" and mark as 1903 in its four-character yymm label.
71 Days Ago Previous feature updates for Windows 10 tended to fail if you didn’t have enough free storage for the task. The onus was on users to free up the required space manually before the update could go ahead, but that’s about to change.
70 Days Ago Windows 10 has once again become the object of scorn in last year’s major update that ruined uses’ lives in more ways than one. Microsoft has been chided for the worsening quality of its software updates that seem to have an increasing number of problems each time.
70 Days Ago Fair warning: next time Microsoft rolls out one of its big semi-annual Windows 10 updates, you’ll probably lose a big chunk of storage. In a blog post, Microsoft announced that “with the next major update,” Windows will set aside about 7GB of disk space for updates, apps, temporary files, and system caches.
70 Days Ago We’re only nine days into 2019, and Microsoft is rolling out the second 19H1 build of the new year to Insiders on the Fast ring. Build 18312 gives users access to the new 'reserved storage' feature which we covered yesterday.
65 Days Ago After five years of leaking information about unreleased builds of Windows, BuildFeed has shut up shop. Over the weekend, the site posted a slew of build numbers including references to onecore and shell_devices_foldable.