Microsoft will extend the minimum available storage space for the Windows 10 installation. This will happen from the next update of the operating system. From then on, users will need a machine with 32GB free for Windows 64-bit. Earlier, they needed 20GB. The 32-bit version of the software still requires only 16GB available for installation.
This, however, should not impact many users. Since most computers, even old ones, tend to have more capacity than the one requested by the company. On the other hand, the most affected in this sense may be owners of tablets with a unit of restricted space and, of course, run from the Microsoft system.
The speculation is that the introduction of a new Microsoft storage management system may be the reason the change is happening. In this case, at least 7GB more space should be required for future upgrades or possible PC problems.
Another reason is that perhaps the previous requirement was bringing many problems. When users installed Windows 10 in slightly smaller units. In this way, it can perform its functions more properly. And with more slack. The next system update is scheduled for May 10, and other information on this can be obtained from the Microsoft Web site.