Windows 10 allows you to manage the location of user folders that are located in File Explorer. To be precise, in “This PC” and Quick Access sections. Here’s how to change the location of user folders in Windows 10 easiest way.
Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, and Windows 7 have this feature. You can do the same thing in those Windows versions.
Some people change the folder location simply because the location was the OneDrive folder. That may be confusing if you regularly use OneDrive as a separate folder to sync files manually. But the latest upgrades make the OneDrive as the default one, making it difficult to change.
How to Change the Location of User Folders in Windows 10
Go to File Explorer. Choose any folder you want to change the location. Right-click and click Properties.
Now click Location. Choose Move.
Select which folder you want to set as the new location. Click Select folder.
Now click OK to save.
Changing folder location in File Explorer’s personal folders which are located in This PC and Quick Access is easy to do. It just a few clicks away to choose another folder as a new location. Especially if the location was OneDrive‘s.
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