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How to Remove System Reserved Partition in Windows 10

As of 1903 version (also known as code 19H1), Windows 10 will keep an average storage of 7 GB from your SSD disk to manage updates and ensure performance for your operating system. The original ad indicates that the reserved space can not be disabled. However, the method has been discovered, and you can now disable the reserved space on your computer by Windows Registry.

How to Remove System Reserved Partition in Windows 10

Before proceeding this method, If you own a large storage space, I do not recommend you to remove this space. However, this method might be useful for computer owners whose storage doesn't exceed 100GB for example ( some laptops like HP Stream)

reserved space in win 10


How to deactivate the reserved space in Windows 10?

Open the "Registry Editor" with administrator permissions, and go in the following path:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ ReserveManager.

registry editor ShippedWithReserves

You'll see DWORD value that is defined as 'ShippedWithReserves'. Click it twice, replace the number 1 with 0. Close the editor and restart the computer. This should be enough, but if you decide to reactivate the reserved space in the future, replace the number 0 with 1 in 'ShippedWithReserves' and restart the computer.

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