Windows 10 run automatically when you’re low on disk space. To activate this option, you need to enable storage sense. However, Windows 10 offers more option to control temporary files. It will help you to free up unused space and keep doing the job even if you forget to do so. You can set your preferences up to 60 days files.
Let’s see what you need to do to use this new feature…
How to Clean Temporary Files in Windows 10
Go to Windows Settings and click on the System tab.
Select Storage from the left sidebar.
Now on the right side, turn on Storage Sense and click on Change how we free up space automatically to control the cleanup process.
As you can see, Storage sense will run automatically when you’re low disk space. It normally runs when windows decide, but you change to daily, weekly or monthly. Just choose using the drop-down menu.
You can also delete temporary files from recycle bin and download folder. To do so, trick on delete the temporary files that my apps are not using to enable. If you want to control the time when windows will delete files, select from the drop-down menu.
Note: To fully use these features, you need to be at least Windows 10 insider preview 17074 or higher. Check out our other tutorials if you stuck to updating windows 10 latest builds.