Moving Users Directory

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by mike302, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. mike302

    mike302 New Member

    Feb 25, 2012
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    This might be a complicated question, because I have already followed a specific process to move my users directory. It worked, and it worked well! But I am now concerned because I think Windows sees my Users directory as belonging on both the SSD and the other hard drive that I have it set on. The same amount of space seems to be taken up on both of the hard drives. I know that the data is being recorded onto the mechanical drive, because if I leave it for a while, the try to open a file, the mechanical drive has to start up (like if I leave the computer on for an hour or so and the drive's shut down to save energy).

    Anyone comfortable with helping me on this? The following lifehacker link is what I used to move my Users directory. Move the Users Directory in Windows 7


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