The $GetCurrent folder is a hidden folder that is created in the root directory of the C drive during the upgrade process.
The $GetCurrent folder contains log files about the last Windows 10 upgrade process, and may also contain the installation files for that update. The $GetCurrent folder can take up around 3.38 GB or so of space if it does contain leftover Windows Update installation files. Otherwise, it would only be around a small 192 KB in size.
If you don’t need to review the log files and have successfully finished installing the latest Windows Update, you can safely delete the $GetCurrent folder.
This tutorial will show you how to safely delete the $GetCurrent folder in Windows 10.