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[HELP] Junction and Symbolic Links // Move Program Files to another Drive

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Hi,

I just reinstalled Windows 7 on my SSD and I would like to create a junction for my Program Files, Program Files (x86) and User folders using this

I just have no idea how. I read the article but I didnt really understand tbh :/ I just want all my programs to be installed on my D drive and be seen in my C drive.

I am no able to move my Program Files folder to my D drive (I also tried to copy then delete Program Files in C but I cant do that either). I tried using Unlocker but I have no idea how to use that program.

Can someone help me please ? I only have the default programs installed with win7 right now because I just did a clean install but I want my future programs to be installed on my D drive if i install it in the default C:/Program Files.
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Have you tried Steam Mover?

The program was designed for moving Steam games, but can be used to move folders in general too.
    
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Yeah... It failed to move program files and I couldnt use any program on the file. had to reinstall
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