UVery often a search for a solution to a problem will take you to the wrong solution. It is essential to get to the simplest solution.
This applies especially to Windows memory problems. They are often misunderstood.
Whereas, in the past Windows required large spaces for applications and data, that is no longer necessary. Most everything can run with cloud internet storage.
If you get a low memory warning, it probably has nothing at all to do with hard drive space. More likely, it has to do with other problems.
New devices with very limited memory, and very low cost, work just fine with Windows. It is just a matter of configuration.
A quick solution might be nothing more than using the ReadyBoost option offered by Windows.