8 Replies Latest reply: Nov 27, 2008 12:03 PM by Katrina S.
MalkishuA Level 1 (0 points)
I have a new iPod Touch 2G and the latest version of iTunes from 1 month ago (I believe it's version 8.0).
Today windows prompted me with a strange message saying that my C: drive is running low on space. So I searched for the source of the problem and found that all the applications that I downloaded from the iTunes store are saved on my C: drive.
For the last half hour I've been searching for a way to change the path location of the Mobile Applications folder, but without any luck.

Is there a way to tell iTunes to save the downloaded applications in a different location (on a different drive)? And if so, how is it done?

Thanks, Malki.

Windows XP Pro