Sooner or later, if your laptop has 32 gigs of memory or less, that memory will fill up as you update Windows over time, especially if you have an old Windows directory from a previous update.
At that point you may no longer be able to update at all.
it is therefore important that you prepare a recovery drive such as a USB recovery drive as soon as you start using a new computer.
The means to do so are are found separately on this website or can be found easily by searching for instructions in a browser.
Here's the rub. There may not be enough space for reinstallation.
It may be difficult to accomplish that result by deleting files.
Recently I needed to use Windows partitioning tool to create enough space. That worked.
Unfortunately, running the recovery process still may not bring your laptop back to full functionality. I was still not done.
There are usually a bunch of manufacturer’s files which need to be loaded to give access to everything, such as a touchpad.
These can usually be downloaded and installed from the manufacturer support site.
I needed to do that to complete the job.