Fed up of using too much of your drive space to restore the system feature in Windows 10? With a simple method, you can quickly tweak it. You basically got to realize where to see. In this post, we will take you through the whole process of making Windows 10 use less space to restore a device.

Make system restore points use less space in Windows 10

To make a system restore use less space in Windows 10, follow this procedure step by step.

Right-click on the This PC icon and select the Properties option as the screenshot appears.

The following screen appears on your monitor as soon as you hit the Properties choice.

Discover out the System protection choice from the left half of the screen and hit on it. By clicking the System protection option, you will see the following dialogue box in front of you.

As highlighted in the image above, press the Configure button. The subsequent dialogue box will show up.

Move the slider to one side to utilize the less space. From that point forward, click the Apply and afterwards the OK button as featured in the above picture.

After this, go to the C drive, right click on it and select the Properties option as the following image is showing.

Once you will press the Properties choice, the subsequent dialogue box will show up.

Hit the Disk Cleanup control like the associated screenshot is displaying. After this, you will see the resulting dialogue box.

As outlined within the above picture, press the Clean Up system files button. It'll begin cleaning up the system as the following screenshot is displaying.

After this, the subsequent dialogue box will show up.

Tap the More Options tab and after that tap the Clean up button as highlighted within the above picture. Now you will be having a lot of space to use.

Conclusion

You can use less space to make a system restore by following the method of this article.

How to make system restore points use less space in Windows 10
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Karim Buzdar

About the Author: Karim Buzdar holds a degree in telecommunication engineering and holds several sysadmin certifications. As an IT engineer and technical author, he writes for various web sites. He blogs at LinuxWays.

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