By default, Windows stores your personal Music folder in the % UserProfile% folder (for example, C: Users Brink ). You can change where you store files in your Music folder to another location on a hard drive, drive, or other computer on the network.
This guide will show you how to move the default Music folder location to where you want it in Windows 10.
Note: It is recommended that you create a system image backup first to easily undo if you make a mistake in the steps below.
How to move the Music folder location in Windows 10
Here’s how to do it:
1. If not, you will need to create a new folder called Music in the location (eg ” E: “) where you want to move your personal Music folder.
2. Open This PC in File Explorer ( Win + E ), right-click the Music folder and select Properties.
If you don’t see the Music folder in This PC , then you can also click the icon in the File Explorer address bar, type shell: My Music in the address bar and press Enter to open the Music folder, regardless of whether it is. where to put it.
Then you can right-click or press and hold an empty area in the Music folder and click Properties.
3. Click the Location tab and click the Move button .
4. Browse to and select the Music folder at the location (eg ” E: Music “) from step 1 and click on Select Folder.
5. Click OK to apply the changes.
6. Click Yes to move all files from the old location to the new location.
7. The Music folder and all of its content will now be moved to the new location (eg ” E: Music “).
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