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Maugui32401
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can I put the entire operating system on the usb 1tb hdd cause there is no room for updating or can I get rid of some stuff

 

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@Maugui32401 

 

Sorry No. Please try the following way

 

   https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebooks-Knowledge-Base/Updating-Windows-10-OS-on-an-HP-Stream-with-3...

 

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Hi,

 

The simplest way to reclaim storage space in Windows is through Disk Cleanup. Head to File Explorer, then right-click on the C: drive, and click Properties. Under the General tab, select Disk Cleanup. Windows will locate temporary files, Recycle Bin files, and error-related data that it can discard. Some of these files and data will be selected for removal by default, but be sure to also check the box for “System error memory dump files,” as these are fairly safe to remove and can be storage hogs.

 

To reclaim even more space with Disk Cleanup, head to the More Options tab, then select Clean up under the System Restore and Shadow Copies section. Just a word of caution: This will eliminate all but your most recent restore point, limiting your ability to roll back to a previous state in case your PC is having problems.

 

Beyond Disk Cleanup, some other ways to reclaim space include clearing out your Downloads folder, uninstalling programs, and using an external drive or cloud storage for space-heavy files, such as photos and videos. For more space-saving tips, check out this article.

 

You may want to back up all stuff to your 1tb hdd before you doing any change, in case any mistaken deletion or unexpected error may occur. 

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