I have an ASUS X205TA with MS Windows 8.1. This has a 32 GB drive, but it also uses WIMBoot and has a recovery partition. I am unable to get more than 7.5 GB of free space.
Microsoft offer a Windows 10 media creation tool to allow people to create a USB stick to upgrade from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10.
I place a newly formatted 16 GB USB stick in. I download the tool from Windows. I start the tool. The tool doesn't ever ask me where to download the stuff. I step through the tool, it gathers info, and it stops with the error message "We need 8 GB of disc space. Remove any files or apps that you no longer need, or use Disk Cleanup to create some space, then try again".
How do I upgrade to Windows 10 with the limited amount of drive space I have available? Especially if the media creation tool can't do it.