The System Storage page in Settings window lists all storage drives along with disk space used by each drive. You can further drill down the information by selecting a drive letter and see the detailed storage usage by that drive.
If the drives are missing in the Storage Settings window, and under the application Save locations "New apps will save to" drop down box (grayed out), here is how to fix the problem.
Start the Storage Service
The above issue occurs if the Storage service is stopped. To enable it back, start Services.msc and double-click Storage Service.
Set its start type to Automatic (delayed start), and click the Start button to start the service manually.
Re-open the Storage Settings window, and the drives should now appear. To see if other services are accidentally disabled, refer the Windows 10 Default Services Configuration page.
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