you just copied them.
next time try a right click drag and drop
and a window should open asking if you want to copy or move.
The DATA drive can be used to install new programs most new programs have
the option of where to install to.
The mail storage and IE cache can be moved to the DATA drive thru tools in IE
Most programs let you save your documents to a specific location ,you can change
location in the program to save to a folder you create on the D drive.
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"Maca" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Rick Rogers;708787 Wrote:
>> Hi David,
>> D: is simply storage space. Think of it as having two bookshelves
>> instead of
>> one to store books on. Create folders as desired on it to store files
>> your choosing. If desired, you can also remap things like your User
>> Documents files to automatically go there (just right click the folder,
>> choose properties and check the location tab).
>> Best of Luck,
>> Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP
>> 'Microsoft Most Valuable Professional'
>> Windows help - 'www.rickrogers.org' (http://www.rickrogers.org/)
>> My thoughts 'http://rick-mvp.blogspot.com'
>> "david boylan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> news:email@example.com...> > >
>> > >
>> > > Hi could somebody explain how i use my DATA D drive . When i open MY
>> > > Computer i have a Acer C drive with 69.7 GB and a DATA D with the
>> > same
>> > > GB , it may seem a stupid question but i don't have a good knowledge
>> > of
>> > > computers
>> > >
>> > > Cheers Dave
>> > >
>> > >
>> > > --
>> > > david boylan > >
> im having the same problems as the guy above and have limited it
> I've been googling different forums all night and have took some
> excellent advice and moved 6Gb over to D: without any repercussions.
> however im in the process of copying my pictures over there(It didnt
> give me the option to 'move' them directly so had to drag and drop). but
> they still appear under the my computer tab AND in the D: drive does
> this mean i've only copied them thus making my data shuffling problem
> even bigger.
> dont want to just delete them from my computer and it takes them off
> the system completely.
> can anyone shed any light im on an acer aspire 5720 with vista?