Disk cleanup in Windows Server 2012 (R2) using DISM is one of the most popular posts here on Saotn.org. It’s also valid for Windows Server 2016. So apparently, disk space usage is an issue on Windows Server. And that made me wonder: what more ways to clean up disk space in Windows Server are there?
Last weekend I had to update my girlfriends laptop from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. Some might say, an easy task. Well, it wasn’t. After downloading the Windows 10 update through Windows Update, Windows Update returned errors
0xc190010b, even using the Windows 10 media creation tool. And as always there are many reasons for these errors. In this short post, I’ll provide some possible solutions and tips.
The disk cleanup utility is not installed by default on Windows Server 2012, so how do you perform a disk cleanup in Windows Server 2012 R2? Here is how to clean up the WinSxs folder on Windows Server 2012 R2, to reclaim disk space. Delete superseded updates and unused system files to gain Gigabytes of extra disk space with
dism.exe‘s disk cleanup options, learn how to move the Windows Server SoftwareDistribution folder and user’s Documents folder, read on…