Well when I first installed my FS9 on my computer a few years ago I put it on my C drive. Tonight I just taught myself that my D drive is much larger than my C drive, I had a problem installing a plane into my FS
folder today because I did not have enough room in my C drive. I made enough room by putting some files in the D drive and deleting them in the C drive. But here is my question. Since my D drive is much large and has almost all of its space free can I just move my FS9 File to my D drive? Will anything happen? I cant afford to lose some of my downloads so I want to be 100% before I try anything. If I just moved FS9 to my D drive that I wont have to do anything else and the program will run normally? If there is a risk of something going wrong I dont want to take it. So is it as easy as I think?
"It was just four of us on the flight deck, trying to do our job" (Captain Al Haynes)