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24 Dec 2012  

Windows 7 Home premu

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by whs View Post
Onre easy way out would be to move the default location of your user folders (or the biggest one only) to D - then you would have more room on C.

Changing the default location you do in folder Properties > Location tab.

You could also shrink D and extend C. But that is a bit tricky because you need this program to make space on the left of D.

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WHS i would really prefer doing it as a last resort sort of solution. Transferring so many gigs to D wont be easy for the Toshiba.
Any other solution? :/

as for shrinking D: and extanding C: , i dont wanna do that. Too complicated for suck a weak and slow computer .
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