If you have ever enabled the show the Hidden items from the View tab in File Explorer, you’d have come across many unseen folders that size up to several megabytes. If you are not a tech-savvy person, you might have wondered what these folders are; moreover, is it safe to delete them. This article explores one such hidden folder.
What Is $SysReset Folder
$SysReset is a hidden folder in the C: Drive created after you reset or refresh your Windows 10 computer. It holds log files primary to help the user identify why a refresh or a reset has failed.
Is It Safe To Delete $SysReset Folder
It is completely safe to delete the $SysReset folder. The folder contains logs for users’ convenience and is of no use to the operating system.
Steps to delete $SysReset folder in Windows 10:
1. Open File Explorer and click on the View tab.
2. In the View tab, look for Hidden items.
3. Check the box for Hidden items to show the hidden folders.
4. Open C: drive.
5. Now right-click on the $SysReset and click on delete.