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Windows Insider Preview 20197

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In this video we show you the new big change which is utilizing the new storage management features from within Settings compared to the traditional Disk Management.

Video Steps

1. Launch Settings

Click on start and then click on the cog wheel which is settings.

2. Select System

On the settings home page, click on System.

3. Select Storage

On the System page, navigate down till you see storage on the left hand side and then click it.

4. Select Disks and Volumes

Click on "Manage Disks and Volumes towards the bottom of the page.
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