After a clean install of W10 on an 120GB SSD I had 100GB free. Since it's SSD you may want to turn off hibernation since it's considered wear for the SSD and usually not much faster than a cold boot.
A while back, I replaced my laptop's hard drive with an SSD and have had storage problems ever since. Below is a screenshot of a breakdown of my storage (via SpaceSniffer), as well as how full my SSD is at the bottom right, having cleared out just about everything I could.
As you can see in the top left, at least a sixth of my storage is being taken up by my graphics card. This seems a bit overkill, and I'd like to not have to routinely clean my SSD and be extremely conservative about putting new applications/files on my laptop so that it has just enough available memory to function. Therefore, my question is: Is there a way to reduce the amount of internal storage consumed by one's graphics card?