Installing Gnucash 2.6 under Windows XP
Mike or Penny Novack
stepbystepfarm at mtdata.com
Fri May 8 16:25:38 EDT 2015
On 5/8/2015 2:37 PM, Santhosh Paul wrote:
> Version 2.4.0 is currently installed in my system drive, C:, and I
> want to install 2.6 in drive E. In fact, I'd like to move my Gnucash
> installation to drive E: to save space in the system drive.
(Ignore what I am about to say if you have a very small C drive and
have already relocated all of your user data)
Maybe the wrong question to ask. If you are running out of space on
drive C you first have to understand WHAT (that you now have) on drive C
is taking up a lot of space. Moving small things to drive E won't help
much; you'd have to move lots of them.
Look at the size of various folders. What can you easily relocate? That
is BIG. For example, here we use email, not webmail, and save all of
our email for possible future reference. So the directory (sorry, file
folder) that stores the "local folders" (here is meant email folders) is
large, several gigs. But I could EASILY move that somewhere else since
in the mail account settings you can specify the path to be somewhere
other than the default location. It would be just copy it to the other
drive, edit the path specification, and then could delete the old one
freeing up that space.
I'd have to move more than a dozen programs the size of gnucash to free
an equivalent amount of space.
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