After each major Windows 10 Upgrade, Windows leaves a Windows.old folder behind in case you want to revert back to the old build. Using Storage Sense is a good way to remove that folder and other Temp files.
Thanks. I checked it earlier. Cntrl shift esc brought it back. However, I tried to follow the intstructions in this link via Task Manager and got a white screen. Didn't know what to do. Then cntrl+alt+del got the gray screen and I clicked on sign out. Then got back to normal. But initially I panicked. Will never use task manager again.
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