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I use Google Drive, Box Sync, Dropbox and iCloud, but I am running out of disk space on my "C" Drive

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I use Google Drive, Box Sync, Dropbox and iCloud, but I am running out of disk space on my "C" Drive.

 

It looks like my C Drive has 216 GB and I have an E Drive of 931 GB. My C Drive is almost full at 196 GB and made me turn off/unsync many of my Google Drive folders so I could save some of my files for work. My E Drive has almost 900GB available. I think I have my Dropbox syncing to E Drive, but I can't choose how to sync Google Drive to E Drive....It points it automatically to C Drive.

 

My Mac seems way easier than this $***...ugh, what a pain in the *$$...why do I even have two drives seperated like this?! My last work PC was way easier than this more expensive paperweight, but in order to Run all the DEsign intensive stuff we do [Adobe Creative Suite, Autodesk Design Suite, etc.]  we were told this computer should work well...ummmm, well, it's not..it's making my life more complicated and stressfull!

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I use Google Drive, Box Sync, Dropbox and iCloud, but I am running out of disk space on my "C" Drive

I don't know why you would have two drives unless you have an SSD and a hard drive.

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