Windows 10: Partition to Allow Windows 10 App Mods, Help?
Partition to Allow Windows 10 App Mods, Help?
I have been trying unsuccessfully to modify game files for World of Tanks Blitz, which is an app on the Windows 10 App Store. I heard from a fellow player that I need to make a partition on my hard drive and install the game on the partition, and doing so will allow me to modify the game files.
Problem is, I have no clue what a partition is, nor how to make one. Does anyone have a simple tutorial I can use to make this partition, and then how to install the Windows 10 app in that partition and how to set it up so I can modify the files?
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