If you’ve ever made modifications to where Windows 10 stores default files like documents, pictures, videos, etc., you’ll have to adjust those settings again after upgrading to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Unfortunately, the upgrade sets Windows back to its defaults – to saving everything back on the C: drive.
To reconfigure this…
1. Go to Settings – System – Storage and select the “Change where new content is saved” option.
2. Once inside the “Change where new content is saved” area, set your preferences back.
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