Why move installed apps to another drive
Moving installed apps to another drive might not help users with hundreds of GB of free space on their system drive. And the good thing is you don’t need to re-install the app nor open the Command Prompt as an administrator to get the job done.
This feature is useful when the drive you have installed has run out of free space. By moving installed apps to another drive, you can quickly free up GB of space on your system drive.
The only downside of this feature is that it doesn’t allow you to migrate traditional desktop programs like TeamViewer or Microsoft Office. To migrate desktop programs, you will need to go for third party software.
How to move an app to another drive
What about the apps you have installed? Luckily, there is a way to take them out of your internal drive and into another.
1. Open the Start menu or Windows + I key combination. Tap Settings to open the Settings app
Step 2: In the Settings app, click System (Display, notifications, apps, power).
Step 3: In the left pane of the Settings app, click on Apps & features to see all the installed apps and their installed capacity.
Step 4: Select the app to move and click Move.
3. Click Movie after verifying the drive to which you want to move the application.