Saturday, November 05, 2011

Change the 'My Documents' Storage Location

Windows saves the "My Documents" folder on your C-drive. But when you right-click on it and go to properties, you can change the location where you want windows to save your Documents folder.

With above setting, you can keep your My Documents on different partitions or disks than where you have installed windows normally C Drive. If windows crash and you have to format your C-drive again, your documents will be spared at least...