Windows 10 has a very bad habit of keeping old temporary files deceitful around which don’t do anything other than to take up the hard drive space. A new feature in the Windows 10 is known as Storage Sense. It will help the user in solving the issue by deleting the temporary files and also the content of your recycle bin. It is not enabled by the default setting, so you need to change it from the settings and also configure it for keeping your hard drive nice and clean.
Here we provide few steps which will help you in enabling and configuring Windows 10 Storage Sense in your system but to avoid trouble you need to follow the steps in a given sequence.
For Configuring and Enabling Storage Sense on Windows 10 just follow the given steps. The steps are mentioned below:
Note: you can also use the Windows keyboard shortcut Windows key+Q and type: storage.
However, in most of the cases, default settings are always perfect, sometimes, many users have a very bad habit of not deleting the files in your Downloads Folder, then you might mark that given box to have Windows to delete the files automatically from your downloads folder if that person has not been changed for 30 days. And for most of us, downloads are kept only due to some reason so no wonder about this it is not set by default on your Windows 10.
If anyone doesn’t wait for the entire 30 days, then follow the instruction; click on the “Clean Now button” to have windows clean free up space by using the settings that you have configured on the page.
Moreover, the Windows 10 OS will continue to get stronger with every single Windows Update. However, the Windows 10 Storage Sense feature is one of a very good example of this. Formerly, disk cleanup was comparatively manual; it is very much hard to beat automatic so just set it and forget it.
If any user already cleaned up their drive but they still want some more room, then consider clearing your browser cache or by using another tool like CCleaner to free up the temporary files from other applications which is already installed on your system.