Have you upgraded from Windows 7 or 8 to Windows 10? Didn’t you do a clean install? Then it might have left you with a huge-sized folder that occupied a lot of space on your disk.
Want to upgrade to Windows 10? Have you directly upgraded your system from previous versions of Windows, like Windows 7 or Windows 8? Is your PC becoming sluggish? Want a clean new OS for your PC? The Only answer to this question is a clean install of Windows 10 via bootable media.
Microsoft has made its update compulsory for every Windows 10 user. Windows 10 automatically checks for any new updates in the background and downloads them without notifying users. While it looks great in theory that updates, downloads, and installs automatically in the location, it’s not convenient for some users.
After downloading and installing specific Windows 10 updates, it may happen that your essential software stops working or gets corrupted. In this case, you might have to roll back your entire OS to the particular checkpoint at which your software was working fine or reinstall the old OS.