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    Default Shift files

    Is there any (easy) way I can pick up all the data files on 'C' and move them to another drive, leaving 'C' for just W10 and program files?

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    Default Re: Shift files

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Is there any (easy) way I can pick up all the data files on 'C' and move them to another drive, leaving 'C' for just W10 and program files?
    short answer : YES

    long answer : not enough info.
    How many hard drives installed, what size are they, how much free space on them
    EXACTLY what data & where is it located
    It it a USB Drive ; just no , dont :-)

    Generally for the av person , its not worth the effort, and just causes issues managing free space on the drives .
    Also , some programs might expect some files to be in a certain folder , not moved to another location (but thats rare ).

    To move mydocs, mypictures etc, right click that folder , properties location ...change the location.
    Its that simple.

    but unless you have a REAL reason to do this...
    and if you have to ask how, then I wouldnt recommend it.

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    Default Re: Shift files

    Thanks 1101, that about sums me up!!

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