Hey fellas, so recently I finally undertook the task of reinstalling Windows 10 Pro on another drive, specifically a Samsung 970 EVO M.2 NVMe 250 GB SSD. I've been planning to do this for a while, since I've had Windows 10 on an old 1 TB HDD for the longest time I wanted to have faster boot times. After installing Windows on the new drive I deleted the one on the other drive, however while everything went well I find myself in a tricky spot. A lot of my files and data is still on the old drive, I'm not scrapping it, but keeping it as a backup still plugged in. I noticed that everything is fresh and while I still have all my files my desktop shortcuts and everything aren't there. My user profile with everything is still on the old drive, while on my new SSD I have a new profile under the same name (since I still have the same Microsoft account) that came with the new install but everything is downloading and installing on the new SSD and I don't want it to. I pretty much wanted to reinstall windows and ONLY keep windows on that new drive, while everything I did, whether it be installing a program or something showing up in my downloads folder, was all being put in a 2 TB HDD I have. Is there any way I can change priorities on things and make it so stuff like my downloads folder from my old drive where windows was installed before is now my new one? Sorry if I'm messing up an explanation, but if anyone can help me out I would greatly appreciate it!!