Storage Spaces feature on Windows 10, allows PC users to store two copies of their data, so if one of your drives fails, you still have an accessible copy of your data. Essentially, Storage Spaces helps protect your data from drive failures and extend storage over time as you add drives to your PC as a data redundancy measure. In this post, we will show you how to change Storage Spaces in Storage Pool in Windows 10.
Change Storage Spaces in Storage Pool
To change Storage Spaces in Storage Pool in Windows 10, do the following:
- Press the Windows key + I to open Settings.
- Tap or click System.
- Click/tap on Storage on the left pane.
- Next, scroll down and click/tap on the Manage Storage Spaces link on the right pane.
- Press Windows key + R to invoke the Run dialog.
- In the Run dialog box, type control and hit Enter to open Control Panel.
- From the top right corner of the window, set the View by option to Large icons or Small icons.
- Click Storage Spaces.
- Click the Change settings button, click on Yes if prompted by UAC.
- Click the Change link for the storage space in the storage pool you want to make changes to.
- In the Change a storage space page, type the new name you want for this storage space.
- Next, select another available drive letter.
- Next, specify the new maximum storage space size
- Click the Change storage space button to apply changes.
- Exit Control Panel.
That’s it on the quick and easy way to change Storage Spaces in Storage Pool in Windows 10!
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