From an elevated command prompt, type the following: Dism.
Even features you dont have installed that is, cleanup the features you see unchecked in this window are stored on your hard drive dism in your WinSXS folder.When run automatically, the task will wait at least 30 days after an updated component has windows been installed before uninstalling the previous versions of the component.It does not windows make sense.Exe /Online /Disable-Feature /featurename:name /Remove.The WinSXS folder contains all Windows system components.In winsxs windows the past, I have seen "Windows Update Cleanup" run (at boot) several times.Microsoft has no intention of launching another.To remove a feature from your system, youd dism use the following command, windows replacing name with the name of the feature you want to remove.Exe on a running version of Windows 10 removes all superseded versions of every component in the component store. Expand the console tree and navigate.
This folder builds episode up unnecessary files over time, such as old versions of system components.
Exe /online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup /ResetBase.
This task is set to run automatically most when triggered by windows the operating system.
This 30-day period gives you time to uninstall an update if it causes problems.
(To open it, tap the Windows key, type disk cleanup macmillan to perform a search, and click the Free up disk space by removing unnecessary files shortcut that pariu appears.).
It is approximately.2GB bigger than "System32" according to "WinDirStat" (3rd party program).If you choose to install them, theyll be dism made available from your WinSXS folder.Exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /AnalyzeComponentStore.For more information, see.Previous versions of some components are kept on the system for a period of time, allowing you to rollback if necessary.Use the following command to see the features available to you: dism.You wont be able to uninstall any currently installed service packs after running this command: dism.In fact, component macmillan files elsewhere in Windows are just links to files contained in the WinSXS folder.