|25 Sep 2012||#1|
Wanting to move my User folders to another partition
If I run multiple OSes, having all the User folders in a partition by itself might eliminate duplication. If there is a thread on how to redirect the the user folders, that would be helpful. Noticed that even with Admin authority I can't move all the files in C:\User ... I must be missing something.
Need to mention I use just one User and give it Admin privileges, so maybe the easy way would be just set up a Drive D and put all my User data there.
Open to comments/suggestions.
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|25 Sep 2012||#2|
Copy your User folders to the data partition, rightclick to add to the related Library - Include a Folder - Windows 7 Forums.
This avoids issues with moving the shell User folders off of C.
Once the data partition content shows up correctly in each Library you can delete the C User folder content.
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