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C drive has 100gb where i don't want to save personal files. Need to split.

It has 100GB on C: drive, which i want to transfer to my personal drive, may be d drive. the purpose is not to touch or hamper system files on C: drive & keep all the personal files into other drives safely. Is it possible and if yes, how? regards

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