Microsoft’s new upgrade on the Windows 10 is almost ready, but some warnings are transmitted to the user. If you are planning to upgrade your Windows 10 to version 1903, Microsoft says that a lot of space is required, like twice as much free space on your computer. All the versions of Windows 10: Home, Pro, and Enterprise will be the same, and the requirements are the same.
What Space Is Required for the New Update of Windows 10?
The first time we have known about the upgrade, Windows required 16 GB for 32-bits versions, and now you can double it, so 32 GB. On the other hand, for the 65-bits edition, you will require 40 % more. Well, you would think that this issue can’t be a severe problem. It’s not when you have a modern PC, but for the users with old PCs or the ones that need storage for data saving, the situation is getting serious. If you are not willing to buy a new hard drive to transfer your data, you could skip the update. It’s that ok? Well, unfortunately, no. Why?
If you are a Windows 10 user, you need to have control over the updates. We can take a look back to the problems with the updates from October when the update has deleted personal data, or the November case, when Windows have downgraded itself. And that’s not all, this year the February update has break apps updates, and the worst of them was in April when upgrading Windows would freeze your PC. So, when all of this gets better?
To sum up, you will have to update Windows 10 1903, and it’s important not to hit the skip button this time. Make room for it by buying new hardware for data storage, delete what’s not necessary and stay safe!