If your Chrome device contains a lot of file downloads or user accounts, you could be running low on disk space.
How to detect disk space issues
If you're almost out of disk space, you'll see a message appear in your Files app: "Caution: These files are temporary and may be automatically deleted to free up disk space."
You may also experience the following issues:
- Trouble downloading files
- Trouble loading webpages
- Trouble changing or saving settings, such as passwords
- Trouble adding new user accounts to your Chrome device
Fix disk space issues
To fix disk space issues, simply delete files that you no longer need. If you want to free up more space, clear your browsing data and download history. If you choose not to take any action, your downloaded files, browsing data, and cache will automatically be deleted.
If additional space is needed, non-owner user accounts that have not been accessed for more than three months may also be removed. Don't worry; the actual Google Account or data that has been synced with the account, like bookmarks, won't be deleted. Only files that are stored on your Chrome device will be deleted. Accounts with owner permissions are never deleted.