Solved Moving USER target folder location??? Tags: My Documents Music Windows Vista Last response: May 12, 2007 12:29 AM in Windows Vista Share bikeme74 May 11, 2007 6:21:04 PM Hi there, By default, the user folder (my documents, music, etc.) is on Drive C: In XP, I just right click on My Documents icon on the Desktop, then Properties, then change the target from C: to E:\My Documents Partition E: is where I want everything store. In Vista, I partitioned my hard drive to four partitions. I want to keep the Windows files in C: but want all my junks (My Documents, music, pics, etc) in partition E: How do I do that in Vista Ultimate? Please help. Sorry for the rookie question. Thanks in advance. :wink: More about : moving user target folder location Best solution pkellmey May 12, 2007 12:29:42 AM Little has changed. On your documents folder properties, click the Location Tab to move it to your new target. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumAfter moving Chrome user data folder ForumHELP - Moving My Documents target ForumCan't change My Documents folder location ForumMoving "Local Settings" folder ...? Forummoving "my documents" folder to other volume ForumFolder Redirect without moving data ForumHow do I move documents and settings to another location o.. ForumMoving the registry to another location ForumChanging location of the data folders in SC4 ForumFolder Redirection move fails Error 112 - path > 255 ForumShared/moved Font Folder ForumMoving 'All Users' shared documents folder ForumHow to move Documents and Settings folder to another drive? ForumMoving files between folders ForumWindows 7 moving multiple user file to 1 user file Forum[Solved] Vista busness 32 product key free ForumHELP - Moving My Documents target Forum[Solved] HOW DO I DEFAULT MY USER DOCUMENTS TO A 2nd HARD DRIVE? ForumQuestions about moving Vista from one PC to a New PC later? More resources Read discussions in other Windows Vista categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !