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    Here are the steps to properly migrate the user-account folders to a new drive or partition on Windows 10.
    On Windows 10, every account receives a set of default folders that allows users to save and organize their personal documents, pictures, downloads, and other files separately from other accounts.
    These folders can grow large over time, so if you have a device with limited storage moving the default folders to another location (such as an external hard drive) helps prevent running out of space on the main system drive and can help free up space you can use to install other apps, and it improves the performance.
    In this Windows 10 guide, we walk you through the easy steps to migrate your account default folders to a secondary hard drive or partition.

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    02-23-2018 06:10 AM

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