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Basically, Steammover moves the whole folder to your desired location and then leaves "a shortcut" that redirects other programs to the new folder. So if your game is on E:, the game would be moved to C: (to use the speed of your SSD) and there'd be a "shortcut" on E: that tells other programs where to get the files. Works great, I've used it a couple of times.
If I desire to (later on) can I undo the junction? I'm not talking about making another junction on C:, but more like removing the old junction and returning all game files to the E: drive...
And thanks for your reply. Thanks to you I finally understand what junctions are in Windows (Wikipedia can be a bit complicated sometimes...)
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Use GameSave Manager. It has a steam spreader function, with GSM perks
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Use GameSave Manager. It has a steam spreader function, with GSM perks
What does GameSave Manager do?
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If I desire to (later on) can I undo the junction? I'm not talking about making another junction on C:, but more like removing the old junction and returning all game files to the E: drive...
And thanks for your reply. Thanks to you I finally understand what junctions are in Windows (Wikipedia can be a bit complicated sometimes...)
Yes, you can. Steammover will do it for you if you want to.
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