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Hey everyone, I signed up for this because I really need some help. See, I'm trying to reset my computer, as my gaming experience has gotten much much slower, and I decided that it would be smart to power wash it, but I need more disk space! I have tried everything most people can think of right off the bat (e.g. uninstall apps, turn off hibernation, ALL the other stuff) and I can't seem to be able to get enough space. After a while, I thought that it might be because windows was trying to update, so I let it update, and then there wasn't enough space to update Windows... So please, anyone who has had this same experience PLEASE HELP S.O.S. This is a windows 10 computer if that wasn't clear. I have 29 GB on my hard drive.
 

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29 GB hard drive for Windows 10!? Buy a hard drive; they aren't all that expensive. That is, if the rest of the PC is worth investing any money in it.
 

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Tell us the make and model of the computer please. Is it some sort of tablet ? What exactly do you mean by 'power wash it' ?
 
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Yeah, that's the case for most people. It's pretty much a backup of your data , a wipe and reload each time there's an OS build upgrade. Shame on manufacturer's for selling these systems with 32GB drives.
 

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I'm thinking of putting linux on it sometime but it's not easy to get into the bios and I'm not very familiar with Uefi and I don't want to risk bricking it.
 
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