I am struggling to understand which is the best way to install Fl Studio.
I'll keep it brief.
I have just installed FL and I Installed everything into my main (C:) Drive. I would like to know which stuff is best to install on the main C: drive, and which stuff is best used on my secondary D: drive.
I wanted it to be something like this:
C: contains applications
D: contains big files, such as samples or packs etc.
I hope I am clear enough with this. If there is a video or thread already on this topic, please let me know.
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