Windows users frequently run out of Free Disk space which stops them from downloading or installing more programs or applications in the PC. It is better to stay on the safe side and know in advance about the available disk space.
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In this guide, we will show you how to check free disk space on Windows 10 PC.
Checking Free Hard Disk Space on Windows 10 PC
Follow the guide to learn how to check free disk space on Windows 10:
- Open File Explorer by clicking on the Folder icon pinned on the taskbar or press Windows + E keys from the keypad. It could also be opened through the Start menu.
- Click on “This PC” from the left panel of the File Explorer window.
Under the “Devices and drives” heading, you will find all the present system drives including the System Volume (C:) that contains all the system settings and system software. Below the drive name, you can see the total disk space and also the remaining space in that drive.How to Change User Account Password in Windows 10
If the disk space is not completely occupied or running low, it will be depicted by blue filled up bar. Whereas, when the drive space is critically low, the bar will turn red. In such a condition, you can consider freeing up some space either by deleting the unnecessary stuff or uninstalling programs that you no longer use. There are several third-party apps that can help you optimize the space, and uninstall the extra programs.