Try the following technique:
- Close all programs, move the “Windows Kits” folder to another disk, for example to “D:\Windows Kits”; remove the original folder.
- Start the “Command Prompt (Admin)”. It can be found in Start menu. If you find “PowerShell (Admin)”, then start it and execute “cmd”. Then run the command:
mklink /J "C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits" "D:\Windows Kits"
You should re-see “Windows Kits” at original location on disk C, but now it is a “junction” and does not take space. The programs do not need re-configuration.