Microsoft is changing the way Windows manages disk space in Windows 10 19H1. The company showcased this feature to Windows Insiders with build 18312. The build includes a new feature called “Reserved Storage” which allows windows to set aside some disk space (7 GB to be exact) for windows updates, temporary files, and system caches.
In a blog post describing the build, Microsoft said that the goal of this feature is to improve the day-to-day function of the PC by ensuring critical OS functions always have access to reserved disk space.
Reserved storage will be introduced automatically on PCs that come with 19H1 pre-installed or on PCs where 19H1 was clean installed. But for now, Windows Insiders can enjoy the benefit of this feature.
Apart from that the build also includes a new UI for Reset this PC and increased FLS Slot Limit for musicians.
Source: Windows Blog