Is it possible to move your entire Steam library to a different drive at once instead of moving each game one by 1? Recently, my drive has kept saying there is insufficient storage space, so I want to move the Steam Library to another drive. But I searched online for a long time, and I didn't find a suitable tutorial because I didn't want to move my game one by one. Can anyone give me any useful advice? Thank you so much.
Sherly· Answered on Dec 26, 2023
Sure, you can move the entire Steam Library to another drive. I'll show you how to do so first. Launch Steam and navigate to its "Settings" option. From there, choose the "Downloads" category and click the "Steam Library Folders." At the top of this screen, you will see a plus symbol. Click on the plus symbol and select the correct drive where you want to create the new library folder.
From now on, the games you download will be stored in the new folder on a different drive.
As for the existing games, you don't need to transfer them one by one. I use EaseUS Todo PCTrans to transfer all my games to the new folder. And it's fast. With this tool, you don't need to reinstall these games at all, and you can run these games as before since it keeps all your custom settings.
Here, I'll show you how to use this tool and transfer all the Steam games to the new Steam Library folder:
Step 1. Run EaseUS Todo PCTrans, select "Application Migration," and click "Start."
Step 2. In the left column, select the original drive where the game program is installed, such as the C drive, find all the games you want to transfer, and check the checkbox. Click the triangle icon to select the destination drive as the file path.
Step 3. After selecting all, click "Transfer." Wait patiently.
This way, you can transfer all your games directly to your new folder with one click and solve your current drive space problem.