I plan to install more than three games on my mid-end laptop, and some may be huge in file size. For now, my Steam and games have already taken up 100GB. Is there any way to free up some space from Steam without removing my games?
Oliver· Answered on Jan 19, 2024
To free up space from Steam, the only thing you can do is to uninstall the games you don't play anymore. If you insist on keeping all your games on PC, you can resort to professional third-party software to free up your disk.
One of the most reputed disk partition manager tools is EaseUS Partition Master Professional. It provides multiple features that can help you manage your disk and free up storage space, such as resizing and moving a partition, extending a partition, and allocating space.
You can follow the steps below to perform the Resize/Move function easily:
Step 1. Open EaseUS Partition Master and select the Partition Manager tab.
Step 2. Choose your target partition and select "Resize/Move."
Step 3. In the pop-up window, drag the dots to adjust the space of your partition.
Step 4. Click "OK" to confirm.
By doing this, you can add more free space for your gaming partition so that you can install more games on it. You can also check the following page to learn more methods to free up your disk space.
Further reading: How to Free Up Disk Space for Gaming?