By default, Windows 10 stores all new apps on the system hard drive, usually drive C. If you prefer to use a different drive (say, if your system drive is getting low on disk space), you can follow these steps to specify a different app install default drive.
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To change the default drive for storing your apps in Windows 10:
- Click Start, and then click Settings (the gear icon) to open the Settings app.
- Click System.
- Click the Storage tab.
- Click the Change Where New Content Is Saved link.
- In the New Apps Will Save To list, select the drive you want to use as the default for app installs.