The models with 32GB drive space do dot leave much after Windows installation & updates.
What you can try to do is some aggressive cleanup with the Windows Disk cleanup tool.
Assuming that your system is running ok at the moment, you can get rid of Windows update installation files and old restore points.
Do as follows:
Type cleanmgr and hit Enter
Select the C: drive
Select Clean up system files
Select C: again and hit OK
Tick all the boxes that give meaningful savings (exclude your downloads if you need them)
After the first pass select More options
Select Cleanup System Restore and Shadow Copies
This should give you quite a bit free space
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