A Slimmed Down Windows 10 Could Make Cheap Tablets Suck Way LessDarren Orf3/16/15 7:15pmFiled to: Windows 10Win 10MicrosoftstoragefilesspacerecoveryGBWindows 8286EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkWindows 10 already seems waaay better than Windows 8. Cortana integration, Spartan browser, a Start Menu—yes please. But how about some more storage space on your tiny solid state drive? Yeah, that sounds nice, too.Bloated software has been an issue for Windows 8 and RT devices—particularly cheap tablets and laptops that come with as little as 32GB to start. Hell, remember when you could buy a 64GB Microsoft Surface that only came with 23GB of usable storage? With Windows 10 it shouldn't be nearly as much of an problem.