Windows 10 version 2004 [20H1] Update has already rolled in for the general public on 22nd May 2020. However, a few users are still not able to install this feature update by Microsoft as they are fumbling due to insufficient space on their PCs. Well, in this post, we discuss an easy approach to get rid of the Storage issues then install Windows 10 2004, May 2020 Update.
You must be getting one of the below error messages while upgrading your Build OS to this year’s annual update.
0x80070070 – 0x50011
0x80070070 – 0x50012
0x80070070 – 0x60000
Before you proceed ahead, make sure to check the minimum system requirements that you must meet. If you meet all the prerequisites, then only proceed below to install this major update. Let’s begin –
Note: Do check whether or not you will encounter any further error owing to incompatibility issues between Microsoft and third-party apps.
How to Fix Storage Issues on Windows 10 2004
To solve the storage issues on Windows 10 2004 May 2020 Update, use the below steps –
- Jointly press WinKey + I to start Settings UI.
- Select System thereafter Storage available on the left column.
- Head over to the right side and click “Temporary Files“.
Imp: Make sure not to select the “Windows Setup temporary files” or “Windows ESD installation files” options as they are necessary to further update your PC.
- On the succeeding screen, mark all the checkboxes and hit Remove files. See the Snapshot below –
Note: As clear in the above picture, there is no huge data piled up on my device. However, since you are receiving storage issues, you may huge temporary files.
Once you complete the above procedure, you must be now able to install Windows 10 2004, May 2020 Update. In case you are still encountering the space-related errors, use a USB flash drive or external HDD instead with a minimum of 16 GB free space.
That’s it, I hope you are now not getting any storage-wise error on your computer. If you have any queries or suggestions, just write them down in the below comment section.