TechRepublic member hirschethan wants new programs to install on their second SSD drive but this is not an option. Can you help this TechRepublic member resolve their issue?
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You got yourself a new shiny computer that has two SSD drives. You want your programs to be installed on the second drive but no matter what you have tried this does not seem to be an option. This is where TechRepublic member hirschethan has found themselves and has turned to the TechRepublic community for assistance in helping them figure out what could be the issue.
TechRepublic member hirschethan writes, "Hi! How do I get Windows 10 to install programs on a separate drive?
My new PC has 2 SSD drives - C is for Windows 10 and E is for programs. I changed the registry settings for Program Files and Program Files (86) to drive E. Programs still install on C.
Also when new programs are being installed, Windows 10 does not give me the option of changing the location.What am I doing wrong?
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