Reason NOT to move entire C:\Users\(myusername) to D ?


Anyone know of a reason NOT to move my entire C:\Users\(myusername) profile from its default location in C drive to D drive ?

I'm talking the entire User profile.

Is there a reason NOT to do this?


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Only one reason I know of.

Why? Because the owner has no backup of their home folder. If the move fails they could lose it all.

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Anytime you start playing around with default locations where windows puts things could create a problem.

Make a complete system backup and then move what you want.

If things go wacko just spin in your backup and you should be back to where it functions again.

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