The batch will delete all of your Windows Updates download and log files and then run through the WinSXS folder and remove anything it can safely remove. Once complete, reboot your machine and you should notice significant disk space has been freed up for you which is particularly helpful if you are using a smaller sized SSD. The batch file will then start to run through the WinSXS folder, cleaning up whatever it can without causing any damage to the Operating System. You will then be notified once it has fully completed the process. Then, just reboot your computer and check out your disk space saved.
|File Size||700 B|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Windows Windows 8 Windows 7|