Before you proceed understand that Microsoft doesn't want you to move it read about it here. Doing this will prevent you from upgrading to new editions.
The following instructions do not mean you should do it. This is only for testing!!
On computer by computer basis, you can use
Explorer to accomplish what you want:
- Select the folder you want to move (i.e c:\Users)
- Click on
Home tab at top of Explorer
Organize Group click
Move to button and select
- Select destination drive and let it move it (This may take time depending on the size of the c:\Users folder)
File Explorer and reopen, verify that your C:\Users folder has been moved
The link here. Will provide you with a better way and possibly scriptable for you run on each computer or possibly as startup script that runs only once using Group Policy. This link provides a better explanation. (just read
xcopy will not work with the latest editions of Windows 10 but you may try
Do not dismiss the warning about moving, make sure you have good backup in place before proceeding.
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