Solved Windows 10 Lite?

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Brandon Byrnes

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I have kind of crappy tablet with only 32GB of storage, it is a SuperSonic SC-1022KB. Long story short I've totally run out of space for Windows. Basically I can't do anymore updates because Windows 10 is taking up all of the onboard storage. I was wondering if there is a smaller version of Windows 10 available? The tablet actually came with windows 10 already installed on it, and updates can literally take all day to install, so it's also very slow. So if anyone can help or has any suggestions that would be appreciated. I do a a 64GB SD card gathering dust so I can use that for expanded storage I guess, but I don't think that will help much when it comes to OS updates.
I would like to keep Windows on it, but I really need something that doesn't take up all of my storage and isn't so processor intensive.
 

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you should consider changing the location of your Desktop, Downloads, Documents, Pictures, Music and Video folders to the 64GB SD card.
also disable Restore Points, reduce the size of the paging file, turn off hibernation, empty the Recycle Bin and reduce it's size and then get something like CCleaner to cleanup the junk or use the inbuilt Storage Sense or cleanmgr program built into Win10.

then you may find you have more free space to do those updates.
 

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Okay I'll do that and see if I can free up some space. But to be honest program wise I only have a couple programs installed, CCLeaner, VLC, Adobe Acrobat, WinRAR, MalwareBytes. I already moved all of my files to a sd card
 

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Yeah, I uninstalled chrome and some other programs that I don't use. I was able to install all updates. I bought a 128GB SD card and I'm using that for storage. The tablet is still kind of slow but that just because it's a subpar tablet.
 
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