How To: Change the Default Location of Windows Installation Files

By | 08/01/2012

 

 

All we know that in windows operating system, While installing any software it automatically shows the default location “C:/” for installation(i.e, Software’s installation file and running fiels will be stored in C Drive).

To change the Default installation file location of software, we have to edit in Regedit

 

Regedit means REGistry EDITor

In windows XP Click on Start Menu –> Type Regedit in Run

In windows 7 Type Regedit in Search Bar

 

Here is the screenshot for windows 7 to open Registry Editor

 

 

Window will be opened and it will be look like this

Then Navigate as mentioned below,

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> SOFTWARE -> Microsoft -> Windows -> CurrentVersion -> Setup

Default Directory C:\ option will be set while installing the windows operating

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Right Click on BootDir and click modify to Change the default Installation file location

Set Which Path location you needed.

 

After this your computer installation default path will be changed.

 

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