Windows 10: Restore Users Profiles back to C:\Users without data folders Solved

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       18 Apr 2017 #11

    I found a tutorial here on TenForums, by Brink, for "How to Set Default and Public Save Location of Library...", but it must have been for an older version of Windows 10. I don't have a Library Tools or Manage tab. I was still able to point my Library folders to their counterparts on E: though, based on his general instructions.

    Everything is working fine now. This could have been a disaster without your help, Kari. Thanks again. Now that my C: drive shows less than 35 GB free on a 118 GB drive, I guess I should replace it with my now unused 500 GB former E: drive. I'll start a new topic for that, if necessary (new topic here).
    Last edited by Jim McClain; 20 Apr 2017 at 13:56.
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