Just wondering if there is anyway to have a windows.old folder automatically deleted following a successful upgrade? Getting rather fed up of losing 16gb of disk space every time there is an update. (as well as 5gb of temporary installation files, if temporary, why don't they ever get deleted until I make it delete them, or 2gb of error log files..). Seems an incredibly inneficient use of disk space. For me it is fine in that I know how to go about deleting it manually, but the number of people who've come to me asking why they have no disk space despite deleting apps and files etc, it just seems plain silly. Is the update process that flaky that they have to keep a whole backup because they are that lacking in confidence that the upgrade will go smoothly? Or is it maybe because of how many "updates" have turned out to be more buggy than the last and that everyone was asking why they couldn't roll back? (perhaps this given the default solution to any windows related issue is "reinstall"). Or maybe it is done purely so you run out of disk space and tell yourself next time i'll buy the expensive model.. It just makes no sense to me when they're insisting shipping devices with as little as 128gb of storage and windows takes up as much room as it does before it starts making backups, restore points, reserved space for the recycle bin etc. I still can't understand how we are still at such low levels of entry level storage. I imagine we have the Apple model to blame for that.