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Unusual_Geek

You can use a program called WinDirStat. Works great and it shows you an illustration of what is taking the most space. It's pretty cool and I've used it frequently to solve these kinds of issues.


drewski989

Of course the best answer is last, lol, windirstat


Most_Type_3980

I’ve been trying to remember the name of this application for so long… thank you :)


an_achronist

It's a lengthy solution but you could just back up everything you wanna keep and factory reset. That'll clean it out Edit - completely ignored how many times you specified it was external because I'm a doof


Karma-Keyz

I think he's talking about an external drive. Just a heads up.


an_achronist

Ah my bad, I misread. Still he could transfer what he wants to keep and just format the drive


one_dollar_poop_joke

Windows 10? Click in the windows search bar and type in "remove." You should see Add or Remove Programs pop up. Could also get there via system settings. That'll show you every app installed and give you the option to uninstall them. Should show the file sizes too. Some may pop up with the corresponding launcher to complete the process.


ImRedditingYay

Use file explorer and look in the drive itself to see what's on it.