FileRepository is a folder in Windows 10 to store the 3rd party and OEM driver packages. Before the drivers are installed they are injected here in this directory. The location of this folder is C:WindowsSystem32DriverStoreFileRepository where C: is the installation drive. Often this folder is filled up with old driver’s data and cache and sometimes you might see the volume more than 50+ GB.
But you can easily Clean up DriverStore FileRepository in Windows 10 using a cmd command. You can free up tons of space using this method because the old updates from NVIDIA, AMD, Intel, and others create a huge amount of data in this folder.
Clean up DriverStore FileRepository in Windows 10
Here is How to Clean up DriverStore FileRepository in Windows 10 –
1] Using Cmd command
TAKEOWN /F “C:WindowsSystem32DriverStoreFileRepository” /R
ICACLS “C:WindowsSystem32DriverStoreFileRepository” /T /L /GRANT *S-1-1-0:F
RD /s /Q “C:WindowsSystem32DriverStoreFileRepository”
2] Through Driver Store Explorer
This app access windows 10 driver store location and allows to clean up the store liberate a multiple GBs.
This way you can clear driver cache windows 10 from filerepository folder.
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