Situation: I have recently moved to win10, after more than 3 years on an untouched win7 install with 0 (zero) problems. The most stable windows installation I've ever experienced. Anyhooooo... I have an 128 Gb SSD for my OS install. Now, in our days, this is very little space.. One option, would've been to move the \Users completely on another drive. But from previous experience, this will slow the system significantly after some time, loosing the main advantage of using an SSD in the first place. So started to 'cry around' for another solution. Which brings me to our subject.. Option number two, is to create a directory junction for selected folders (which tend to get usually big) to another drive. Example, the replay and the screen folders from \Documents\Assetto Corsa. This works very similar to a normal shortcut, except that it tells the system (and any application, like AC) to 'use' the original path. Here are the steps, in case you need to do something similar. I've tried this on win10 only, but probably works similarly on win7 and win8. We will use a builtin tool, called mklink. Creates a symbolic link between the real location and the virtual one. Here is the syntax: MKLINK [[/D] | [/H] | [/J]] Link Target /D Creates a directory symbolic link. Default. Very similar to creating a normal shortcut. /H Creates a hard link instead of a symbolic link. /J Creates a Directory Junction. Link Specifies the new symbolic link name. Target Specifies the path (relative or absolute) that the new link refers to. In the above example: 1/ launch a Command Prompt, as administrator 2/ type: Code: mklink /J C:\ORIGINAL D:\WANNABE where, ORIGINAL, represents the name of the "virtual folder"; must NOT exist, will be created automatically. WANNABE, represents the name of the "actual folder"; must BE created, manually. Effect: I can store anything I want in ORIGINAL, the system will see the files there but the actual space occupied on C: drive is 0, because the files are actually stored in WANNABE folder, on D: drive. Final note: Specifically for AC, you'd have something like: Code: mklink /J "C:\Users\Documents\Assetto Corsa\replay" D:\media_store\replay Notice the " ", that's because the path includes a space There you go, hope it will serve you as it did me PS: to delete, just delete the link.