According to the report, Windows 10 will soon receive a new useful tool for the so-called reserved memory. Therefore, Microsoft plans to introduce Windows 10 versions 1903, 1909 and 2004 for the safe execution of the process from the command line.
This is reported by the online magazine Windows Latest and refers to an ad that can be found in the technical community. This is the reserved memory that Windows 10 introduced in version 1903. It is known as May Update. This new feature, called “reserved memory”. It is simply locked part of the system memory to ensure that Windows and driver updates can work reliably even when space runs out.
By default, space is about 7 GB on the hard drive. But it can also increase, for example, for language packs or hardware drivers.
Drive recovery function
The idea is not entirely new, and some PC makers also reserve up to 15 GB of storage space for their own recovery drive. This quickly reaches limits that might not be needed.
Users can get rid of reserved memory by optimizing the registry. However, this is difficult in the sense that editing the registry can cause serious problems. If you do not know what you are doing, or if you make a mistake. This is where the new tool comes in.
According to Windows Latest, there will be an update for the so-called DISM tools. Behind this is Image Management for Deployment (DSIM) on the Windows Shell command line.
According to Windows Latest, command-line based DISM tools will be available in versions of Windows 10 1903, 1909, and 2004 later this year. After the request, you can check whether the PC uses the reserved memory, or simply activate or deactivate it. In the near future, the following commands will be available on the reserved memory command line:
- Call DISM.exe / Online / Reserved Storage Status
- DISM.exe / Online / Set-ReservedStorageState / State: Enabled
- DISM.exe / Online / Set-ReservedStorageState / State: Deactivated
“These new commands were initially only available in Windows 10 version 2004. We are in the process of upgrading them to earlier versions. But I don’t have time to exchange yet,” writes DiAcetis in the technical community. But you do not have to wait long.
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