How to Disable Reserved Storage in Windows 11
Hey! Welcome to site! In today’s lesson, we will teach you how to disable reserved storage in Windows 11. Click on Windows icon on the taskbar. The menu will pop-up. Click on Settings. Select System from the left side list. Go to Storage. Click on Advanced storage settings. Go to Storage used on other devices. Click on your Hard Drive. You will see a breakdown of the storage distribution. Go to System and Reserved. You will see the size of the reserved storage. You can disable reserved storage. Go to taskbar search and type cmd. Click on Run as administrator to open Command Prompt. Click on Yes in the pop-up window. Type the command that you can find in the description below. Press Enter to apply the command. There’re two types of command: to Enable and to Disable
Use the command that you need.
DISM /Online /Set-ReservedStorageState /State:Disabled
DISM /Online /Set-ReservedStorageState /State:Enabled