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Add option to move games to a different drive/partition

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It's pretty amazing how neither Steam or Origin have this feature. I have an external hard drive and I'm running out of space on the internal one, this option would benefit many.

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You can. Just go "Owned Games", click the settings button that is to the right of the "Install" button, then select "Manage Installation", lastly select "Import Folder" & point it to the new drive location.

Sep. 6, 2020
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I have to support this idea. <br /> I have many games that are on a hard drive. I'd like to move the one I am playing to an SSD for maximum performance (loads). When I am done regularly playing that game I would move it back to my collection on the HD.

Jul. 1, 2020
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I support this. Origin, Steam, Uplay can do it, even Rockstar, if I am not mistaken. <br /> I just installed a 70 GB game to the wrong drive ... bummer.

Jun. 2, 2020
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Absolutely needed feature. Steam can do that. Still today SSDs are limited in capacity and even bandwith for downloads is often a limitating factor. So i like it to move downloaded but (now) no longer often used games to my HDD which has a much greater capacity. Maybe i want to play the game later. So in that case i have only to copy it back instead of download some gigabytes.

May. 7, 2020
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it is 2019, why is this not a feature?!

Dec. 30, 2020
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I'd love to have this option officially supported because, like others here, I have both an SSD and an HDD on which I install games. I like moving games I use often on the SSD to enjoy shorter loading times. It is something that Steam has been enjoying since quite some time now, and it would be awesome to have it available also for Galaxy.

Oct. 19, 2019
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Maybe this feature can be included with the next Galaxy client

Jun. 30, 2019
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Absolutely necessary feature when having both a SSD and a HDD. On Steam I install new games on my SSD for fast loading times, and after I finished playing them, I move them easily to my HDD.

Sep. 25, 2018
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Absolutely need a way to do this also, and I use this feature a lot with steam also now that it's in that client. Now that I have a dedicated SSD for some games it's gotten tedious for GoG installs. Uninstall then Reinstall, or copy the install directory over and have to manually rerun galaxy and re-import the moved folder. It would be much better for a single option in the manage installation menu to have a move to new location option and do the moving of the folder and importation with the galaxy client.

Jul. 18, 2018
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Would also love this feature. I have a lot of games. So I want to install them all to my large HD, then when I'm ready to play one I want to move it to my SSD and play it. Then move it back to my larger HD when moving on to something else. I can do this in Steam today. Would LOVE to be able to do it in Galaxy as well.

Jun. 25, 2017
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Same thing here! Really good games I never uninstall, I just move them to an external drive. I personally don't reconnect them to GoG from there though since it's not always plugged in, but whenever I want to play again, I play it off the drive or copy it back over to my SSD. Galaxy-support on this would rock.

Dec. 5, 2016
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Kind of parallel to this, I have multiple disks including an SSD. I like to put my active games on the SSD, while I am working through them. However it is very limited. This would make it so if I need a break then I can park the epic open ended world game on the external for a bit, and play some of the shorter clicky adventure games on my SSD.

Apr. 5, 2016
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