RECOMMENDED: PC users often blame Windows operating system for eating up GBs of disk space over time. This is because, a significant number of Windows users never try to delete temporary files and old files created by Windows operating system. Other than deleting temporary files and uninstalling unwanted programs, there are tens of ways to free up disk space in Windows operating system. It’s just that most users are not aware of these methods. Deleting previous version of drivers in Windows 10 We have previously talked about to free up disk space after upgrading to newer version of Windows 10. In this guide, we will show how you can free up GBs of disk space by deleting old device drivers in Windows 10. You likely know that in the background using Windows Update.
Windows 10 Pnp Monitor Driver. To ensure the best possible user experience, installation of both a hardware device and its software driver should run as seamlessly as possible with minimal user.
Microsoft Hd Audio Driver Windows 10. That is, Windows Update automatically downloads and installs hardware drivers when they are available. When Windows 10 installs a new driver (using Windows Update or other sources), it keeps copies of previously installed device driver packages so that users can if there is any issue with the new driver. Fortunately, there is a provision in Windows 10 to delete old device drivers without the help of third-party tools.