Need help with Windows 10 – Forums

I recently upgraded to an SSD and Windows 10. So Windows is installed on my C Drive, which is an SSD. Everything is installed on there except for my media files. Now before I made the switch to 10 I\’ve always had my media folders on my desktop for quicker access. But I realized the desktop belongs to C Drive, how can I have D Drive folders on my desktop without it affecting my C Drive? If I move a D folder onto the desktop, would it just be a short cut to the original folder? The contents in the folder aren\’t moved to the SSD right? I have nearly 70 GB of media and my SSD is extremely small so I want to make sure before I cause any problems..


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