Microsoft released its new first major update to Windows 10 last week. This new update, dubbed the November 10 update or Threshold 2, as Microsoft would call it, comes with performance improvements and also some new features and cosmetic changes. If you are using Windows 10, then these new updates are compulsory, and chances are that you are already running your Windows 10 computer with these updates.
This November update is really big in size and takes a while to download and install. But once the process is done, you can expect a more stable operating system, however, the only problem is that it doesn’t clean up files by itself. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to do a manual clean up, and in this short guide, you will learn exactly how to clean up your Windows 10 after the November update and gain more free space on your hard drive.