Windows 10 Storage sense feature will automatically delete old junk files

Microsoft’s new Windows 10 Insider Preview build 15014 is now available for Fast Ring members. The latest build brings few new features including a new ebook store for Windows 10.

However, there is one more exciting feature for Window 10 users. The latest build 15014 includes a new setting called Storage sense, which will delete your old junk files automatically. Now you won’t have to worry about temporary files anymore.

Microsoft official post,

To save you an extra step when low on disk space, we’ve added a new option in Storage Settings to automatically get rid of the files you don’t need. Currently, we support this for unused temporary files and items that have been in your recycle bin for 30 days. The option is off by default, but you can turn it on under System > Storage Settings and choose what it cleans up.

Currently, Storage sense only deletes temporary files and items that have been in your recycle bin for 30 days. Later, Microsoft will add more options to automatically delete feature.

The new Storage sense option is off by default, but you can turn it on under System > Storage Settings. This new feature will be available with the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update in April 2017.

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