Windows 10: No Move button can be found
No Move button can be found
Found these instruction on line while looking for a way to mov a program to a new user account -
Press Ctrl + I to bring up the Settings menu. Now click System, then select Apps & features from the left-hand navigation.
Here you will find a list of all apps and programs installed on your system. Note that this move method will only work for apps that you have installed – that means those which were pre-installed can’t be moved.
Scroll to the app that you want to move and select it from the list. Now, click Move. Select the new drive location from the dropdown, then click Move.
But on my Win 10 there is no Move button. (Ctrl-I does nothing either).Is there some way to make it appear ? Thanks.
This relates to moving universal apps which you have downloaded from Store and installed to another location.
1. I don't know where CTRL+I came from. This is meant to be Settings (Windows key + I)
2. If you click one of the standard Windows apps, this will be greyed out.
3. There is no Move button for desktop programs which you have installed.
Thanks for letting me know...
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