SP. wrote on 5/25/2023, 7:49 AM

@Matthew-schlesinger All installers are usually saved in C:\Users\YourUserName\Documents\MAGIX Downloads\Installationsmanager

You can backup them up on your external hard drive or delete them now, but then you need to redownload them for another installation.

Next, Magix programs usually share one big content folder, usually C:\Users\Public\Documents\MAGIX\Common\. You can move it to your external drive and then create a junction which will make the programs think that the folder is still on drive C, but in reality it's on your external drive.

How to do it:

Move (don't copy!) the Common folder to your external drive, for example E:\Magix\Common. The Common folder is now gone from C.

Then open the command prompt and enter

mklink /J "C:\Users\Public\Documents\Magix\Common" "E:\Magix\Common"

This will create the junction "Common" on C that points to E. The programs won't notice the difference.