I`ve installed a second HDD in my computer and have access to it from my desktop. I have also moved files/folders and programmes to it by Dragging and Dropping. When you`ve dragged and dropped you`ll see that everything is still where you took it from(My Documents?) so check that the files you`ve moved are actually in their new position the go back and delete from the old site. This might sound tireful and tedious but I don`t know of a programme that does as good a job. Best of luck
If your "other" (D ?) internal drive is bigger than your C drive you might be better off cloning the whole of C to it and then make that the master and reformat the original C drive for storage. Something like xxcopy from click here will do that.
I've basically got myself into a bit of a mess: C is 30gb, D is an 80gb partitioned into 2 40s. I've also got an external of 120gb, which at the moment is only used for my Acronis disk copies. Most of the programmes are on C, while one D is used for photos (lots!), the other D has the back ups which I did before I got the external drive and Acronis - if I delete the back ups, I'd have almost 40gb spare.
So, I thought if I could move some of the bigger progs to the '2nd' D (like Photoshop and MS Office), it'd be a bit more efficient. Not too sure about the cloning bit - I tend to panic!
I'm off to bed now, but will check back in the morning - thanks to everyone so far
Now you are confusing me! You can't have two D drives on the same computer. I have 2 40gb drives in one of my computers which are partitioned into 2 x 20gb each. Giving me C:, D;, E: and F:
My C: drive has my O/S and all my programmes on it (which are quite a lot) including MS Office and Photoshop and I still have 10gb free. The other 3 D:, E: and F: are used for storage of all my data/documents/photo's etc.