Here is the patch needed for this fix. It can be found here.
Windows Update Cleanup Process
After you install the update, click on Start, Search, type Disk Cleanup, and then right-click on Disk Cleanup and run it as Administrator.
First, you are prompted to select the drive you want to clean up. This is only valid for the operating system drive. So select C:\.
Disk Cleanup scans and calculates how much space you will be able to free on that drive:
If you scroll through the files to delete, you’ll see the new option added by this update along with the amount of space you can save. It’s called Windows Update Cleanup. Notice it is checked by default?
Note: If nothing is found for Windows Update Cleanup to perform, it will not show up as an option.
If you highlight Windows Update Cleanup, you’re presented with the following details
“Windows keeps copies of installed updates from Windows Update, even after installing newer version of updates. Windows Update cleanup deletes older versions of updates that are no longer needed and taking up space. (You might need to restart your computer).”
When you click ok, Disk Cleanup runs and cleans up the unnecessary files on your machine. You can see it running the Windows Update Cleanup as part of this below:
Disk Cleanup finishes and exits.
You will need to restart the computer for the space to be freed up.