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mb584
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set default storage with an ssd and an hdd drive

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Can I set the default download and other added files such as music to go to the larger hard drive

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I figured out that I can open this pc to see the drives on the computer and drag and drop files to the "D" drive to save space on the"C" drive

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Yes, please use the following guide (section 2)

 

         https://www.thewindowsclub.com/change-default-save-location-windows-10

 

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I tried changing the default location of my music and documents to the D drive but when I check the properties on the file it still says its located in the C drive. I don't want to fill the C drive because of it's smaller capacity.

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I figured out that I can open this pc to see the drives on the computer and drag and drop files to the "D" drive to save space on the"C" drive

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