Updating hard drive
Windows 10 testers on the Release Preview ring can already get access to the final May 2019 Update, and Microsoft is being far more careful with its last-minute testing this time around.
The previous October 2018 Update hit some file deletion issues when it first rolled out, and Microsoft clearly doesn’t want a repeat of any similar issues.
Open Device Manager, locate your hard drive on the list of devices , right-click on it and select Update driver.
Select ‘Search automatically for updated driver software’ and wait until Windows 10 installs the latest drivers.
Press the Win R, then type "gpedit.msc" and click OK. Navigate to Computer Configuration If you are a Windows 10 user, then you should be careful when updating the operating system because sometimes it can lead to certain issues. If an unfortunate incident has occurred to you, then you should not write new data on your hard drive and use i My Fone Any Recover to recover your important files.
With this method, I discovered I could get back 25.5GB of space.Windows 10 updates often bring new features and bug fixes and are essential if you want to keep your system running optimally.However, sometimes these updates bring certain issues as well.Microsoft is now blocking the May 2019 Update on machines with this storage attached, and all you’ll need to do is remove any USB or SD storage to complete the upgrade.
Microsoft notes “this issue will be resolved in a future servicing update for Windows 10,” but that clearly won’t be available in time for when the company starts distributing this May 2019 Update later next month.
Microsoft is blocking the update on PCs that have a USB hard disk like a thumb drive attached, or machines with an SD Card in the SD Card reader.