How to Enable Windows 10 Reserve Storage | Windows 10 Tutorial

Avatar wmoriginals | March 20, 2019

As Microsoft about to come up with Windows 10 April 2019 Update Release, WM Originals is ready with another Windows 10 Tutorial – How to Enable Windows 10 Reserve Storage.

As promised before, myself Akhil at WM Originals is back with another video on how to enable Windows 10 Reserve Storage after posting a video on Reserve Storage Overview Video. 

In this Video you can watch how you can enable reserve storage and I will take help of a Feedback Hub Quest.

How to Enable Windows 10 Reserve Storage | Windows 10 Tutorial

As I said I am going to do it with the help of a Quest from feedback Hub. I did all this during the Windows 10 Bug Bash January, 2019.

Go to search bar which is now separate from Cortana and search for Registry Editor, Open it now.

Lets manage and put both of them along side each other so that you can also view the steps required for enabling reserve storage.

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Firstly your device must have Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18298 or greater, so you need to update before going ahead if you have not done yet.

Once you open registry Editor if you see a prompt select yes to allow the app to make changes to your device.

Once Opened look for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE 🡺
SOFTWARE 🡺
MICROSOFT 🡺
WINDOWS 🡺
CURRENTVERSION 🡺
RESERVEMANAGEER

Right Clinic ShippedWithReserves to make edits to it’s value, Update the value to 1 and save it.

Now you are done with enabling Windows 10 Reserved Storage. Once you update your device to next build you will be able to see reserved storage under storage settings.

I had updated my device to next build let me show you all how you can check if reserved storage is on or not.


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