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Disk cleanup for Windows 10 cumulative updates - Microsoft Support


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Does this strike anyone else as funny? I have been relying on CCleaner to clean up the messes that update leaves behind for years. I guess Windows hangs on to update files as part of that sharing updates P2P among Windows users to save Microsoft bandwidth. I turn that off from the get-go. Does anyone else see that as a great way to introduce viruses into an O/S?