Microsoft wants me to upgrade Windows, but when I try to do this the NUC complains about not having enough memory. The built-in SSD is only 30GB, but I have added a 120GB SATA SSD.
I have removed all applications, and all douments, photos, videos etc.
What more can be done?
You probably need to download ISO and do a clean install. If you upgrade there is not enough room for Windows Old on your 30GB SSD. If I'm not wrong win10 will need 16GB on it's own.
What I did on the NUC5CGY and NUC6CAYS NUCs and the FC and SC Compute Sticks, as well as my Windows tablet, is as follows:
Hope this helps,
I am sure that by cleaning up and removing as much as possible, it is possible to update Windows. I already did some of this, and also turned of hibernation to save disc space, but I don't see myself doing this evertime Microsoft makes a (larger?) update.
The NUC6CAYS is nice product for its price, but it seems that Intel has underestimated the disc requirement for Windows.
So instead, I installed Windows on the SATA SSD, and reformated the internal 30GB SSD in order not to have two Windows installation on the computer. Otherwise, I wiould have to answer which Windows to use everytime I boot. I hope this will not slow down the computer noticeably.