Windows 10 saves space by compressing system files




Windows 10 used on some devices less storage because Microsoft compresses system files. This saves up to 2.6 gigabytes of storage. Also, Windows 10 does not have a recovery image more, saving 4 to 12 gigabytes.

Windows 8 By compressing system files can be saved on 32bit devices 1.5 gigabytes and 64bit devices users can save even 2.6 gigabytes. That reports on Microsoft’s own Windows blog. Not all devices running Windows 10 will be able to make use of compression: a computer must have enough internal memory and a processor that is fast enough to enable them to decompress files quickly enough.

Devices from a previous Windows versions are provided, the compression function will be automatically when they update to Windows 10 if the device meets the system requirements. New devices that ship with Windows 10, use the compression as the manufacturer switch.

In addition, Windows 10 will no recovery image more flour feathers, which also saves 4 to 12 gigabytes. Many manufacturers now provide that recovery image with, so users can install Windows. Instead, Windows 10 will be able to repair itself, something that Windows 8 even though it may. Users can create a recovery disk, including installed software will be backed up. This disc is for times when the system is so badly damaged that the recovery process no longer works. Thanks to these measures on standard systems more storage available to users.


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