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How to: Move Installed Programs to Another Drive in Windows 7, 8, 10

Infopackets Reader 'Ed' writes: " Dear Dennis, Back in the days of Windows 95 and 98 there used to be a utility called Change of address (also known as 'COA' or 'COA2'), which allowed you to move a program from one drive to another. For example, I ... could move an installed program from C: to D: drive, then Windows would run the program from the new location. Is there still such a utility available for Windows 7, 8 and 10? " My response: Change of Address was created by Ziff Davis and is downloadable through PC Magazine's website. That said, the program was made in 2001 and I am not sure if you ... (view more)

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'Junction Link Magic', and 'Freenigma'

Junction Link Magic Junction Link Magic is a utility that lets you create junction points with Windows 2000, XP, 2003 or Vista. Junction Link Magic automatically lists existing junction points, and it offers an easy interface to add, modify or ... remove junction points. http://www.rekenwonder.com/linkmagic.htm Freenigma Adds privacy technology -- with strong e-mail encryption -- to your favourite webmail service. Supports not only Google Mail, but all large webmail services. Freenigma encrypt your e-mails in Google Mail, Yahoo! Mail and Hotmail, plus others. Encrypt your private and business e- ... (view more)

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