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Can I change the drive and directory that 3.6 uses for default Profiles?

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My C:\ drive is getting overloaded. Can I move my Firefox 3.6 default Profile to another drive and directory? If yes, I assume the Managing Profiles and Backing Up Your Info articles apply.

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You can use the profile manager to create a new profile on the other drive (Choose Location).
Be sure to specify a new and empty folder for the profile.


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You can use the profile manager to create a new profile on the other drive (Choose Location).
Be sure to specify a new and empty folder for the profile.


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Thanks. I need to replace my C: drive which was getting overloaded and also starting to grind. With your help I now have a backup profile as well as having moved the default to a larger drive along with all the other data that should have never been on the C: drive

I really appreciate your help. Wife and I are in our seventies and not all that computer literate and paranoid about messing something up as well.

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You're welcome

You can also consider to move the temp folder to that drive.

You can change the %TEMP% and %TMP% environment variables and make them point to a temp folder (X:\temp\) on that drive

  • Control Panel > System > Advanced > Environment variables

See also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environment_variable

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Thanks for the suggestion.

Here are my assumptions:

After getting to the Environmental Variables screen:

1. HiLite the TEMP Folder and click on Edit.

2. HiLite Variable Value and change path from:

   %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temp TO 
   G:\My Docs\My Computer\Local Settings

Or do I need to use some variation of the %..% convention?

Do I then “Move” the current files or just reboot?

Thanks for your patience.

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Add at least \Temp to the path of the temp folder.
You can use G:\Temp for the temp folder.

Did you change both environment variables (TEMP and TMP) to be sure that you catch them both?