If Storage sense isn't for you, you can disable the feature using these steps.
Storage sense on Windows 10 is a feature designed to monitor your device and free up space automatically. When your computer is running low on space, the feature will delete junk files, such as temporary system files, items you sent to the recycle bin, and many other items to make room for more important files.
Although Storage sense can be useful to optimize space automatically, it's not a feature for everyone, and for this reason, Windows 10 includes options to disable the feature in at least two ways using the Settings app and Registry.
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