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Quick Tips: View and manage storage on Xbox One

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Quick Tips: View and manage storage on Xbox One

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Find out where you can see how much room you have left on your Xbox One's hard drive, and how to free up some extra space if you need to.

[MUSIC] [MUSIC] Although your Xbox One comes with 500 gigabytes of seemingly endless storage. Although your Xbox One comes with 500 gigabytes of seemingly endless storage. It's good to know how those gigs are being used. It's good to know how those gigs are being used. Here's how to find out and free up some space. Here's how to find out and free up some space. Just head to My Games and Apps from the home screen. Just head to My Games and Apps from the home screen. On the left you'll see how much storage you've used. On the left you'll see how much storage you've used. You can also uninstall games and game data along with apps. You can also uninstall games and game data along with apps. Find one using navigation on the web. Find one using navigation on the web. Then, hover over a tile, tap the Menu button, and select Manage Game or Manage App. Then, hover over a tile, tap the Menu button, and select Manage Game or Manage App. You'll see how much storage that game is using and you'll have the options to delete any game data or uninstall it completely. You'll see how much storage that game is using and you'll have the options to delete any game data or uninstall it completely. For more Xbox tips and other how tools visit howto.seenit.com. For more Xbox tips and other how tools visit howto.seenit.com. For CNET I'm Sharon Vaknin. For CNET I'm Sharon Vaknin. [MUSIC] [MUSIC] [MUSIC] [MUSIC] Although your Xbox One comes with 500 gigabytes of seemingly endless storage. Although your Xbox One comes with 500 gigabytes of seemingly endless storage. It's good to know how those gigs are being used. It's good to know how those gigs are being used. Here's how to find out and free up some space. Here's how to find out and free up some space. Just head to My Games and Apps from the home screen. Just head to My Games and Apps from the home screen. On the left you'll see how much storage you've used. On the left you'll see how much storage you've used. You can also uninstall games and game data along with apps. You can also uninstall games and game data along with apps. Find one using navigation on the web. Find one using navigation on the web. Then, hover over a tile, tap the Menu button, and select Manage Game or Manage App. Then, hover over a tile, tap the Menu button, and select Manage Game or Manage App. You'll see how much storage that game is using and you'll have the options to delete any game data or uninstall it completely. You'll see how much storage that game is using and you'll have the options to delete any game data or uninstall it completely. For more Xbox tips and other how tools visit howto.seenit.com. For more Xbox tips and other how tools visit howto.seenit.com. For CNET I'm Sharon Vaknin. For CNET I'm Sharon Vaknin. [MUSIC] [MUSIC]

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