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How to Disable Low Disk Space Warning in Windows 10

Updated by Daisy on May 19, 2021
Written by Gemma on Dec 04, 2020

If your disk is running out of space, you might receive a pop-up warning message saying that "You are running out of disk space on Local Disk X. Click here to see if you can free space on this drive." on your computer. If the mentioned disk does not have enough space, you will receive this warning message over and over again. What can you do to disable the low disk space warning on Windows 10? Keep reading. This article will give you all you want.

Overview of Low Disk Space Warning Message

Before starting to fix the problem, you should know that there are two types of low disk space warning messages. 

1. Low Disk Space - "You are running out of disk space on Local Disk (X:). Click here to see if you can free space on this drive."

2. Low Disk Space - "You're running out of space on this PC. Manage storage to view usage and free up some space." 

Low Disk Space Errors

The first message indicates that there is not enough space on your disk to save data. And the second message is mainly related to the Temp folder in the C drive. When the Temp folder gets full, this error message would appear.

When your computer has insufficient disk space, it would have trouble installing the apps and system updates. Moreover, your computer would slow down, stuck, or even crash down. 

4 Methods to Disable Low Disk Space Warning Messages

There are several methods you can apply to disable the low disk space warning message on Windows 10. Read on to check them one by one.

Method 1. Run Regedit Registry

The first method is for you to block the warning message.

1. Open the Registry Editor by clicking Start > Run and run REGEDIT.

2. Go to the following location:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer

Run Regedit Registry

3. Right-click on the blank area in the right panel of the Registry Editor and create a new DWORD value. Select New > DWORD value.

4. Name this new DWORD value NoLowDiscSpaceChecks.

5. Double-click on the new DWORD value and assign the value 1.

Assign the Value as 1

6. Close the Registry Editor and restart the computer.

Method 2. Extend Low Space Disk to Disable the Warning Message

Since you receive this warning message that the disk does not have enough free space, it is best for you to increase the disk space. When expanding disk space, some tips may require unallocated space on the disk. And the whole process is complicated and difficult. So you might wonder can you do it on your own.

Don't worry! Here we recommend an easy and convenient tool - EaseUS Partition Master for you to adjust disk space with 1-click. Here's what EaseUS Partition Master can do:

Your Reliable Choice - EaseUS Partition Master

  • Automatically monitor the disk condition, adjust disk layout in 1-click.
  • Does not require unallocated space. As long as the other partition has free space, it can help you increase disk space.
  • No data loss. There is no data deletion engaged during the adjustment process.

Download EaseUS Partition Master, and follow the guide below to extend your disk space and disable the low disk space warning message on Windows 10.

Step 1. Click "Adjust with 1-Click" to extend C drive.

When your C drive is out of space, you will see the Low Disk Space alert on EaseUS Partition Master. Click the Adjust button to extend it.

How to Adjust Low C Drive Space Step 1

Step 2. Click "OK" to extend C drive automatically.

By clicking "OK", EaseUS Partition Master will automatically allocate space to your C drive to solve the low space issue.

How to Adjust Low C Drive Space Step 2

Extra Option: You can also click "Manual Adjustment" to extend the C drive manually.

When turning to Manual Adjustment, select the C drive, and drag dots rightward to add more space to C drive. Click "OK" to confirm.

Manually Adjust Low C Drive Space

Step 3. Confirm to resolve low disk space in C drive

Click the "Execute Operation" button at the top corner and start all pending operations by clicking "Apply".

How to Adjust Low C Drive Space Step 3

Method 3. Delete Duplicate Files and Temp Files

Sometimes, your disk got low space is because there are too many duplicate and temp files. To delete the temp files, you can find the Temp folder and manually clear these files:

Go to Windows File Explorer > C: > Windows folder > Temp folder. Clear files in the folder.

Or you can set up an automatic temporary clean up plan:

Step 1. Go to Settings > System > Storage.

Step 2. Move to Temporary Files, set up a cleanup plan for 1 day, 14 days, 30 days, or more.

Delete Temp Files Automatically

Method 4. Delete Junk Files or Large Files

Another possible reason why you received the low disk space warning is your computer got piles of junk files and large files. To free up disk space, you can use a handy tool - EaseUS CleanGenius. It can help users scan and clean system files and large files quickly and easily. Here we take system files clean as an example. Check the step-by-step guide below:

Step 1. DOWNLOAD and install EaseUS CleanGenius. On EaseUS CleanGinus, click "Cleanup" and click "Scan" to start cleaning up the system and make your PC as good as new.

system cleanup step 1

Step 2. The software will scanning all over your computer to find idle data files that take a huge amount of disk space, you can select useless large files, system junk files and Windows invalid entries and click "Clean" to start system cleanup process.

system cleanup step 2

Step 3. When the scan is complete, click "Done" to finish cleaning system junk files.

system cleanup step 3

The Bottom Line

That's all about how to disable low disk space warning in Windows 10. Don't worry if you received this message. You can run the Regedit registry to block it, you can extend the disk space with a brilliant partition manager, and you can delete the useless junk files to free up space.

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Updated by Daisy

Daisy is the Senior editor of the writing team for EaseUS. She has been working in EaseUS for over ten years, starting from a technical writer to a team leader of the content group. As a professional author for over 10 years, she writes a lot to help people overcome their tech troubles.

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Written by Gemma

Gemma is member of EaseUS team and has been committed to creating valuable content in fields about file recovery, partition management, and data backup etc for many years. She loves to help users solve various types of computer related issues.

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