Is there a way to install Dropbox, on a Windows machine, onto a drive letter other than C:\?
I am running out of disk space on C:\; however, I have tons of space on my D:\ drive (more than 30 GB) and E:\ drive (more than 310 GB).
I haven't found any recent articles and am concerned that Dropbox has gotten short-sighted with the flexibility of where to install the application or have a user's data stored and synced.
The application doesn't seem to be stable on my system, but my system does appear to be stable. By this I mean the dropbox icon in the system tray will not remain visible, accessible into Preferences and so on.
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