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Installing Evernote on a different drive?

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I want to install on my SSD, D:\, not my NVME, C:\. How can I do this?

Thanks!

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Hi.  Tools > Options > General and Move Database?

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Just now, gazumped said:

Hi.  Tools > Options > General and Move Database?

Hello - I don't want to just move the database - I want to actually install the program on the D drive.

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Ah - sorry:  guess that's an uninstall / reinstall then.  Evernote should (I think) offer you a choice of drives somewhere along the way...

EDIT: Don' forget the usual backups,  unless you did that already...

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3 minutes ago, gazumped said:

Ah - sorry:  guess that's an uninstall / reinstall then.  Evernote should (I think) offer you a choice of drives somewhere along the way...

EDIT: Don' forget the usual backups,  unless you did that already...

Ok, I'll contact support and see what they say. Thanks! :D

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There's an advanced button somewhere early in the sequence (I'm pretty sure - I haven't done a clean install in a long time - and I'm pretty certain that option isn't offered on an upgrade)

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4 hours ago, GiacomoLaw said:

I want to actually install the program on the D drive.

Out of interest, how come for why?

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1 hour ago, CalS said:

Out of interest, how come for why?

I'm guessing because this:

5 hours ago, GiacomoLaw said:

I want to install on my SSD, D:\, not my NVME, C:\.

That being said, that just doesn't seem like it will help anything all that much, since that would mainly affect program load time, and not run time, so it's probably not going to make anything faster; putting the database on an SSD would likely be a much bigger improvement. 

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1 hour ago, jefito said:

I'm guessing because this:

That being said, that just doesn't seem like it will help anything all that much, since that would mainly affect program load time, and not run time, so it's probably not going to make anything faster; putting the database on an SSD would likely be a much bigger improvement. 

I surmised the same just wanted to hear it from the OP.

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42 minutes ago, CalS said:

I surmised the same just wanted to hear it from the OP.

Ah, my Rhetorical Comprehension Filter must be turned up high today... :) 

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Or low?  This stuff gets confusing....

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