How to check space on Drive on Windows 11

Did you know how to check space on Drive on Windows 11 operating system? If not, this article is for you to explain how you can check your system drive space in just 7 simple steps.


How to check space on Drive on Windows 11 - Step by Step Guide

Is your system performing Slow? If your answer is yes, then you came to the right place. Multiple reasons are causing slow system performance issues, and low storage is one of them. 

But did you know which file consumes more disk space of your system? If not, then in this article, I will help you find where you can check your system storage and find the file utilizing more space.

So without further delay, let’s find out how to Check what’s Taking up space on the drive.

Step 1: To check your system storage at first click on the Start button and select Settings.


Step 2: Now click on the System option on the settings page, as shown in the screenshot below.


Step 3: Now click on the Storage option.


Step 4: Here, usually the C: Drive, you will get the storage used by the app, Temp file, and other files.


Step 5: As you can see, the right panel will display the file types using your storage space. If the Storage Management option is not visible to you, you can view more categories by clicking on the Show more categories link.


Step 6: To check the Storage consumption of other drives, you have to click on the Advanced Storage settings option.


7. From the drop-down list, click on the Storage used on other drives.


That’s all to know how to check space on Drive on Windows 11. You can erase the file, which is not needed.

Moreover, you can also enable the Storage Sense option, as shown in the Step number 6 image.

The Storage Sense option automatically analyses your drive and cleans up the junk files & recycle bin files at regular intervals.

I hope you found this article helpful if yes, please share it with your friends and help them boost their system performance.

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