Moving offline files in Windows 7 can be a bit tricky. You’ll either need to create some new registry keys or create a symbolic link. Both methods are outlined in this tutorial and should be easy to follow for everyone. If you need additional help, leave a comment.
Everyone who’s using the synchronization features of Windows 7 should know the location of the offline files in Windows 7. If the offiles files folder is getting too large, you could remove some of the offline files or move the offline files folder to another partition.
If you want to move your offline files folder in Windows 7, you first have to disable offline files in Windows 7. Disabling offline files is actually pretty easy, the difficult part is moving the offline files folder (tutorial will follow).
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