How to Turn Off Low Disc Space Warning Windows 10

If you’re constantly receiving the low disk space warning bubble on the bottom right-hand corner of your screen, you might be wondering how to remove it and stop it from nagging you to free up some disk space. While it’s not advisable to remove it permanently, you can remove it short-term until you clear out some space or buy a bigger hard drive. Here’s how you can do it in the registry.

First, go to the search and type in “regedit” and click on it to open up the registry editor. Before making any changes, make a backup of your registry by highlighting the computer icon and going to file and export. Type in “backup” and the date, save it to a folder, and you’re good to go.

Once you’re ready to make changes, go to H key current user, software, Microsoft, Windows, current version, and then policies. If there’s no Explorer folder, right-click and create a new key and type in Explorer. Then, on the right-hand pane, click on Explorer and create a new D-word 32-bit value. Name it “no low disk space checks” and change the value to 1 to disable the warning.

While it’s helpful to turn off the low disk space warning temporarily, it’s always advisable to clear up some space on your drive. Running your drive at full capacity is not good for it, and it’s best to keep it out of the red zone.

And that’s it! You’ve successfully turned off the low disk space warning on your Windows 10. Remember, keeping your computer running smoothly is all about maintaining the right amount of disk space.