How to Change Default Downloads Folder Location to D

In this tech tutorial blog post, I am going to show you How to Change the Default Downloads Folder Location from C drive to D. By default, the ‘downloads’ folder storage is set to drive C and all the downloads data are stored in C drive which keeps space on your C drive. 

If your PC is low on storage and wants to set your downloads folder from C drive D, here is how to do that. After setting your downloads drive default to D, all the data will be stored to drive D instead of C and you will have more space on your C Drive. 

Follow the below-given steps to set the downloads folder location to Drive D.

  1. Click on Start Button and type “This PC” then open This PC / Computer or simply double click on “This PC” from your Desktop
  2. Double click on C Drive to open it.
  3. Open Users folder
  4. Under the User’s folder click on your user name
  5. Right-click on the Downloads folder and then select Properties
  6. Click on The Location Tab
  7. Under location, tab Change the location to the D drive.
  8. Click on Apply and then OK.
  9. That’s all and your downloads folder default location is now set to D drive

 

In this tech tutorial blog post, I am going to show you How to Change the Default Downloads Folder Location from C drive to D

 

In this tech tutorial blog post, I am going to show you How to Change the Default Downloads Folder Location from C drive to D

 

In this tech tutorial blog post, I am going to show you How to Change the Default Downloads Folder Location from C drive to D

 

In this tech tutorial blog post, I am going to show you How to Change the Default Downloads Folder Location from C drive to D

 

In this tech tutorial blog post, I am going to show you How to Change the Default Downloads Folder Location from C drive to D

 

In this tech tutorial blog post, I am going to show you How to Change the Default Downloads Folder Location from C drive to D

 


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