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#948380 - 04/04/14 10:34 PM How do I tell Windows 7 not to download to C drive?
hagatha Offline
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I have a small C drive for the OS, and a massive D drive for data, but all my downloads automatically go to the My DOcuments folder on C; just like they do on Vista. My C drive is already half full and I only got this laptop today!

Steam downloads offer you a chance to select the location for the download, but GOG and other downloads do not offer that option.

Is there a way to move My DOcuments to D; drive?


Edited by hagatha (04/04/14 10:39 PM)
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#948383 - 04/04/14 10:51 PM Re: How do I tell Windows 7 not to download to C drive? [Re: hagatha]
InlandAZ Offline
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Registered: 08/14/02
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Loc: Arizona
This should help you out - it works for IE 9 and above.

How can i change download location from Drive C: to Drive D

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#948396 - 04/04/14 11:47 PM Re: How do I tell Windows 7 not to download to C drive? [Re: hagatha]
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Ahhhhh. Thanks. kissy
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