20 March 2010

How to Use Symlinks in Windows - Symlinks - Lifehacker

How to Use Symlinks in Windows - Symlinks - Lifehacker
mklink /j "c:\users\Will\Music\iTunes\iTunes Music" d:\Music\ - This line makes a symlink that redirects from the folder c:\users\Will\Music\iTunes\iTunes Music to the Music folder on my second hard drive. This type of use is especially handy if you have a small main hard drive and a larger secondary drive.

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