Windows 10: Relocating Documents etc to another partition
Relocating Documents etc to another partition
I'm setting up a new laptop on Windows 10 for the first time, and I want to move Documents, Pictures, Downloads etc to another partition. I've had problems in this area on previous Windows versions so want to make sure I do it correctly.
Let's say I create a new folder called Documents on the new partition i.e E:\Documents, I then want Downloads, Pictures as sub-folders within this. These are all listed under This PC, so do I go to the Properties of each one in turn, enter the new path e.g for Downloads make it E:\Documents\Downloads, and Apply, letting it create the new folder?
Is this correct?
Should I leave the actual Documents folder until last? I take it the location would just be E:\Documents?
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