Microsoft has already started the next feature update for Windows 10, codenamed “20H2”, and as the team plans to make the 20H2 into another small service pack update, it may not bring any major improvements. While Windows 10 20H2 (fall 2020 update) won’t be as feature-rich as 20H1, it will still introduce small improvements because Microsoft will focus on the Windows operating system at least once a year to refine and fix bugs.
Microsoft recently released a new preview build for test users registered on the Fast Track, which brings improvements to the Storage settings interface.
Preview Build includes new user cleanup recommendations in Storage Settings to help clean up unused files and apps to save disk space. The updated Storage Settings will include a new page called Clean up Recommendations, where you can find a list of large and unused files and their detailed storage information.
While Windows still can’t predict whether users should delete their personal files, Storage Settings simply collects all possible targets based on their size and usage. For example, Storage Settings includes large or unused files on your desktop in your cleanup recommendations and can be deleted with a few clicks.
Microsoft is also making another change to improve storage Sense cleanup. In the preview build, Microsoft introduced a new change that prevents SenseStorage from deleting the “download” directory when it syncs to the cloud provider For OneDrive, which was controversial in the Windows Disk Cleanup tool before it was cleaned up, and microsoft later removed the folder from the option.
Based on Microsoft’s typical release schedule, the Windows 10 20H2 update is expected to be available in October or November.