With the update of May 2019, Windows 10 becomes more space-sensitive than ever. For both the 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows 10 version 1903, Microsoft has increased the minimum storage requirement to 32 GB.
For 32-bit users, the new requirement is double what it was for 64-bit Users, there is a 1
The updated storage requirements for Windows 10 can be found on Microsoft's smallest hardware requirements page, noted by Pureinfotech.
In the real world, you want much more storage space than this, and it is extremely unlikely that anyone would try to install on a device without at least this much extra capacity. However, the requirement change means that you will not find budget laptops or tablets with 32 GB devices.
If you are currently having less than 32 GB of free space right now, it's time to consider having a clear omission of unnecessary files, or upgrading to something with greater capacity; If you do not, you can never see the update from May 2019.
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