Method number 1. Move the folder “My Documents” to drive D.
You can make the standard user’s folder “My Documents” a repository of information on disk D – this is very convenient to use. By default, this folder is located on drive C. The move must be done correctly, as follows. Right-click on the “My Documents” icon (on the desktop), select “Properties”. Go to the tab “Destination Folder”, it shows the location of the destination folder. Press the “Move” button, a window will appear in which you need to select drive D and create a folder with any name in it (I recommend the name Documents, because a folder with that name will have 100% easy access from any file manager and Continue reading