Oculus Mover aims at moving Oculus Rift games and applications from its original drive (usually system C Disk) to another drive with much free space. Thus, a lot of disk space will be spared out in source drive for other usage, maybe for saving future Oculus Rift VR games or Oculus Rift upcoming games. Apart from migrating games for Oculus Rift, Oculus Mover can also move other items out of original storage space, such as Oculus Rift videos, apps, pictures, music, etc, as long as these items were stored in ”Software” or ”Download” folder in Oculus.
The traditional way to move Oculus to another drive is to do it with mklink. In this way, however, we have to open “Command Promote (Admin)” and type in mklink commands. This might not be difficult for IT guys, but it is obvious too complicated for common users. But with Oculus Mover, you can simply select the source and target location from a windows type interface to migrate Oculus from one drive to another.
Tips: If there are other drives which have enough space on the system disk, you also can use AOMEI Partition Assistant to resize partition to solve C: drive running out of space, instead of moving Oculus to another drive.
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