1. Windows Central Question's Avatar
    Hi, my SSD is filled to max 110GB. 65Gb is used in my user account.
    Bt when i check the folder itself i cant find the 65Gb and what is being used for.

    How caN I CHECK?
    09-28-2018 09:08 AM
  2. ochhanz's Avatar
    Hi, have you turned on 'show hidden files' in Windows 10 file explorer? -> https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...w-hidden-files

    Be carefull though you don't accidently move or delete Windows 10 essential files.

    What might be happening by the way is that there is a big log/cache file building up. Or perhaps some unnecessary Windows temp (temporary) files building up.

    Here some more info (!Important! I would advise against using Ccleaner even though these guides recommend it, because A) it can damage Windows, B) not entirely sure but it is rumored to be crapware now and C) might as well use Windows build-in disk cleanup tool):
    https://www.howto-connect.com/clear-...on-windows-10/
    https://www.itechtics.com/clear-types-windows-10-cache/

    If none of the above work you can try using WizTree to check what is taking absurd file sizes. That is how we solved some weird bug recently with Windows 10's log file (which we could not find with other programs like ccleaner and diskcleanup etc).
    09-28-2018 03:40 PM

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