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Windows 7: How to change a software's default installation drive.

24 Apr 2013   #11
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1

When you download a program, click "save to" .... then point to the directory that you want to save it to. (such as 'downloads')

Click on the program's set-up files to run it. It should then install in C:\ProgramFiles

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 How to change a software's default installation drive.

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