In Windows 7, the folder "Documents" is located at ¬ęC: \ Users \ username \ My Documents."To move it to a different drive, you must perform a number of operations.
Right-click on the Start button.The drop-down menu, select "Open the conductor."Now, in the address bar, enter% username%.This will take you to the folder with your username.
Locate the folder "My Documents" and then click "Properties".Go to the tab "Location", you'll get a window asking you to move the folder to another location.
In the text box, you can manually register the new location, or click on the "Move" and select the folder you created in the first
step.Click "Apply".To the question "Move files from the old location to the new one?" Answer "Yes."
copy will take some time, but it will allow applications access to the necessary files.In the future, all the installed program will offer to save files is in the folder you created.
In Windows 7, it is possible to specify a folder to save the system files without physically moving the folder "Documents".To do this, right-click on the item "Documents" in the "Start" menu and click on "Properties".
opens "Properties Documents".It will be shown a list of all the folders included in the library.Click on the "Add Folder" and in Windows Explorer, select the folder you want to include in this list.
Click "Ask a folder to save."Adding a folder will be the main document storage.If any of the programs appeal to the folder "My Documents", the system will show the newly created path.
Note that documents that already exist in the latest version will not be moved.For correct operation of the programs they have to manually move.Libraries with images, video and music are configured similarly.