Windows 10: Move installed programs from disk C: to Disk D: in Windows 10

Discus and support Move installed programs from disk C: to Disk D: in Windows 10 in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; My new HP computer came with two disk drives, C: and D:. C: is a very small one and is named Windows C:. Some programs are installed by default in... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by FRANKBERRIOS, Aug 5, 2018.

  1. Move installed programs from disk C: to Disk D: in Windows 10


    My new HP computer came with two disk drives, C: and D:. C: is a very small one and is named Windows C:. Some programs are installed by default in drive C: with no option to change the Drive. If I uninstall such programs, when I try to installed again, the installation goes to C: again. How can I move those programs and data to Drive D:?

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    FRANKBERRIOS, Aug 5, 2018
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  2. RangooX2 Win User

    No disk D after a clean install of Windows 10

    Hello,

    I've just finished with my clean install of windows 10 and the following issue occurred. I have only disk C: in This PC and I can't see where disk D: is. Actually the whole memory of the pc, according to my computer, serves to disk C: , which means that it
    has occupied everything. I would like to have my both disks (C: and DMove installed programs from disk C: to Disk D: in Windows 10 :) running. I've also found out that the USB I had burned to the windows 10 image is lebeled with a D: letter when pluged into the computer. Probably something with the disk partitioning
    went wrong, I don't know, please help me out. Thanks in advance.

    Greetings

    Move installed programs from disk C: to Disk D: in Windows 10 :)
     
    RangooX2, Aug 5, 2018
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  3. SmokeyA Win User
    Partitioned disk Disk space -Windows 10 install

    No you'll need more space free on your C: drive

    I suggest uninstalling any programs you have on C: and re-installing them to D:

    and any larger files video's etc, it would be worth moving to D:

    following that perform a disk clean on C and include system files.

    this should help free up as much space as possible.
     
    SmokeyA, Aug 5, 2018
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  4. Move installed programs from disk C: to Disk D: in Windows 10

    Disk bloat in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

    Is it my imagination, or does the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update consume an additional 20-30GB of disk space over the previous Creators Update release? Unfortunately, I didn't log my disk usage before the upgrade, but now my C: drive has 56GB of stuff, and I know it wasn't anywhere near that full before. I've run "Disk Cleanup -> Clean up system files" and selected everything on the list, including remove previous version of Windows. I also emptied my Recycle Bin, my Temp folder, \Windows\Temp folder, and \Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download folder. Finally, I ran Wise Disk Cleaner to delete assorted application garbage.

    Has anyone else noticed the bloat in Fall Creators Update?
     
    Static~Charge, Aug 5, 2018
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