Pardon if I ramble but, I'm new to this forum, having had good experiences with Windows 10 till now. I recently had to reinstall Windows 10 on my desktop - had a bootmgr error and could never get it corrected using all the tools at my disposal. So I created a boot disc on a USB from another computer and ended up reinstalling the OS. Well, the reinstallation wiped my C drive and was successfully installed. However all my files that it put back on my C drive under the Users folders now end with 2016_11_24 XX_XX_XX UTC. Plus the partition that Windows and Users is on was created just big enough to fit those files and nothing more. I can't reinstall any programs since there is no room.
I have a backup copy of all the User folders and files on the F drive. How do I set everything up to have my Users folders default to the F drive and use those files instead of the files on my C drive? Thanks.
Attached is a pic of my disk mgmt. screen.
Edit: Moved topic from Windows 10 Discussion to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal