The method described in this tutorial allows relocating Windows 10 main profile folder Users including all present and future user profiles and folders while installing Windows, before any user accounts are created, as well as later on an already installed system. The advantage of this method is that it changes the value of one internal Windows 10, being a “Do it once and forget” procedure. Dub E100 Windows 10 Driver.
Changing the variable takes care of all existing and future user profiles, locating them when created to selected drive or partition. The method is fail proof and reversible. When Windows 10 is installed, 5 or 6 system folders are created depending on chosen bit-version: • PerfLogs (Performance Logs), where Windows stores performance and reliability logs • Program Files, where applications and software are installed. Windows x86 (32-bit) stores all applications here, Windows x64 (64-bit) only native 64-bit applications • Program Files (x86), exists only in Windows x64. All non-x64 applications are stored here • Windows, which contains core operating system files and drivers • ProgramData, where some applications store application and user specific settings and configuration files.
This is the “home” of all user profiles. When a new user account is created and this new user logs in first time, Windows creates a set of user specific folders (Users Username) Microsoft does not recommend relocating, moving ProgramData, Program Files, Program Files (x86) and Windows folders. Too much is depending on information and data stored on these folders and relocating them might cause serious issues. However, there's simply nothing preventing us to move the Users folder and everything it contains, including the Temp and AppData folders. Hp Pavilion Drivers For Windows 10 64 Bit.