How to Manually Delete Windows 10 File History

Windows 10 has several new features and one of the features is keeping the files as a backup. Windows 10 regularly back up the files under the PC and also OneDrive for offline availability. By doing the same procedure on a daily basis, it makes a whole history of files. However, if you no more need the files, you can delete those manually with straightforward steps. Unfortunately, if you ever lost some major files or folders, so in this condition, the history of files helps you to restore the lost data. It can only happen because it made the backup of old files, and that is why it takes some space from your hard disk drive too. If you have made up your mind about deleting the files that backed up, so you can remove them manually and release the space from your drive.

Delete Particular Files from the File History in Windows 10 Manually

 From the help of backed up files, you can restore the deleted, corrupted, or damaged files. It’s a great feature on Windows 10 that keeps your files into a safe zone from getting lost totally. Because the backed files take older versions of files, it also takes space of the disk, so if you don’t want the backed up files, you can remove them. It will release some of the storage from the lost disk space as well. You can remove the backed up files from a simple procedure which is as follows:

Access File History Folder

It’s a simple process with a few steps to follow:

  1. Open the “File Explorer” on desktop.
  2. Enable the “hidden files visible” option.
  3. Move to the storage location of the desktop along with the “File History” file.
  4. Click on the “File History” twice.

Select Drive with the Unwanted Files

  1. Double-tap on the visible selected folder.
  2. Double-tap on folder with the computer name.
  3. Select the visible “Data” folder.

Delete the Selected Files

  1. Double-tap on the folder with drive name or that storing files that you willing to delete.
  2. Move to folder and select the file that you wish to delete.
  3. Choose the file and delete those unnecessary files using the storage of your drive.

From all these steps, you will be able to delete the file using the storage of your device. Although after deleting these files, there will be no file left for restoring the lost data. It’s automatic backup files that help you restore the files, however, if you have a backup store in online drives, so it will be safer for you.

Abigail Smith is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cyber security. He writes about the latest updates regarding mcafee.com/activate and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites.

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