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  1. RE: FAQ: Is it possible to change the Installation Path when installing Affinity V2? I appreciate the new MSIX installer does not allow any customisation of the install and certainly on my system the install was very quick for all packages - great. However, like no doubt many users I have a relatively small SSD boot drive (C) and a much larger SSD (D) for all large programs and data - it generally works well. I was therefore disappointed that after reading the article above, the Settings > Apps > Apps & Features selecting the Affinity App and clicking Move feature fails every time and Ican't track down why after much Googling. The system has been rebooted since the installation and it almost works, to the point where you can select the "D" drive and the small progress bar that appears gets to the far right hand side but then everytime and for every Affinity app you get: Hopefully someone out there can shed some light on this.
  2. V.1 apps allowed to install anywhere on the computer. V.2 doesn't do this. I install apps on a separate drive from the OS, to avoid losing settings if the OS drive fails. I found no way to select a separate drive location to install V.2 apps. Is this on purpose? Or did I miss some hidden setting that would allow me to do this? Thank you. Roger
  3. I want to be able to install on other Drives , my C drive is full however V2 only comes in MSIX , help. as the title says. My C drive is full and I don't want to install there, why isn't there an option to select install path?
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