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Most of you have already installed Windows 8.1 Update. This free Windows 8 update adds new features. The Windows 8.1 update focuses on customer-oriented enhancements, tutorials, more customization options, the ability to boot from the default desktop, multitasking enhancements and more.
If you open the PC settings via the Charms bar, you will see a new Storage Space section. To view it, open PC Settings, click PC and Devices. In the right pane, you see
Under Disk Space, you can see the space and files used by modern applications and media under User Files.
When you click View my application sizes , you will see how much storage space each of your modern installed applications occupies. This is useful if you want to determine which applications take up the most disk space – and you can decide if you want to uninstall some of them to clean the disk space.
You will also see the space occupied by your images, videos, music, documents and downloads that may be in your user folders. But there’s nothing else to do here but see the sizes. You cannot open or interact with folders.
You are also offered a button for Emptying the recycle bin.
Deployment for Windows 8.1 Update or KB2919355 clients to Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1 via Windows Update already started on April 8. I’m sure you already installed it. Read this article if Windows 8.1 Update cannot be installed. Let us know if you have noticed any interesting changes.
Go here to view Windows 8.1 videos and update instruction guides.
The Windows8.1 Disk Footprint Tool allows you to perform various tasks related to disk usage. You can take snapshots, create summaries, analyze disk usage, announce, compare growth over time, and much more.
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