If you, like many other players, have run out of space on your hard disk and want to move it to a bigger drive you have installed in your PC, there's an easy process you can follow to transfer your installation to the other drive. You don't need to be a computer expert to complete these steps, as Steam includes all the necessary functions for you to move one of our products very easily. 

How do I change the default installation path for my games?

Games are installed to the following folder by default: C:\Program Files\Steam (x86)\SteamApps\Common
You can create an alternate location on any drive, which you can choose in the future when installing games.
  1. Navigate to your Steam client 'Settings' menu.
  2. Select 'Steam Library Folders' from the 'Downloads' tab.
  3. From here, you can view your default installation path, as well as creating a new path by selecting 'Add Library Folder'.
  4. Once you have created the new path, all future installations can be installed there.
  5. You can right-click on one of the paths to set it as a default.
  6. If you wish to move existing games without having to uninstall them, please see the instructions below.

How to Move a game installation
  1. Open Steam.
  2. Go to Library.
  3. Right-click on a game, go to Properties, Local Files.
  4. Click Move install folder...
  5. Choose one of the installation folders you have already set up.
  6. Press Move Folder.