Universal apps or games that you have installed from the Microsoft Store can be quickly moved to another drive. Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform (UWP) lets you enjoy the same apps or games on multiple devices supporting the UWP, for example, a tablet, a laptop, or a convertible.
Moving the apps or games can be handy if your device is low on primary storage, in this case, it’s C:\ drive.
Note: If you are looking for moving large PC games installed by clients like Steam, Origin, Epic Games, etc, you may find an option in the settings of the respective launchers. You may not see the option to move the games from the Windows Settings.
To move PC games to another drive, here’s what you need to do.
- Head to Windows 10 Settings by pressing the Windows Key + I or go to the Start menu and click on the Settings gear icon.
- Click on Apps and on the left side pane, click on Apps & features.
- Click on the Game or an App and select Move to move to a different drive or location.
- Select a Drive to move the game and click on Move.
That’s all you have to do, this way you can move PC games to another drive and now you have the games moved to another location and don’t occupy the primary storage where Windows 10 is installed.