How To Move Steam Games (Symlinks)
Enter this in the command line: mklink /J “Name of Steam folder you are creating here” “Name of folder where Steam files are here”
In this video I give a full tutorial on how to move a Steam game from one hard drive to another. You may want to do this for several reasons, perhaps because you are out of space on your main HDD, you want to save space on your SSD or you want to install Steam games on an external hard drive. The method I use for Windows Vista and Windows 7 is called Symlinks or Symbolic Links.
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