Command option Sample:compact /Q

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compact /Q option

compact /q /u d:\wsus 2>    Part 3.a: Install and Configure Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) | mbrownnyc :
compact /q again and compare the values under with the values noted down now. You will now see how much storage space has been freed up. It was somewhat more than two GB in the sample action    How to Free Up Storage Space in Windows 10 :
compact /Q again to get some information    Less Than Dot - Blog - Compressing files with NTFS compression by running compact from the command line :
compact /q and get results bur compact .CompactOS:always throws up the access violation issue    Free up Windows 10 Disk Space with Compact OS - gHacks Tech News :
compact /q into the commandline    GitHub - ImminentFate/CompactGUI: Visual Interface for the Windows 10 Compact Function :