Version: 0.1 1168

Steam Mover

Have you run out of space on your C:\ drive? Or do you have a super-fast SSD that is too small to hold all your steam games at the same time? Then try Steam Mover.

  • You can store all your steam games on multiple drives, and they all carry on working! You no longer have to do the install/uninstall shuffle to get enough disk space on drive C:\ for that latest game.
  • You can benefit from that fast, but small, SSD drive by only storing the games you regularly play on the SSD, and moving the older games onto a slower larger hard disk. And all games remain playable in steam.
  • If you want to see what it’s doing and run the commands from the command line yourself, tick the “I want to run the commands myself” box. Note that SteamMover runs commands one at a time, and stops if it gets an error.
  • I actually now install steam and all games on my large D:\ HDD, and use Steam Mover to just move my favourite games to the C:\ SSD for a speed boost when playing them.
  • Version History

    v0.1 – 2nd April 2010

    The initial release. So far, it’s been so good that it hasn’t needed updating

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