I have an SSD as my primary C: drive (Windows 10). It is almost out of space despite me moving my large download files onto a regular hard drive. So I downloaded a program called WinDirStat which I highly recommend. You can get it here: https://www.fosshub.com/WinDirStat.html Click on "Download WinDirStat Windows Installer" which is directly below the PayPal button. So I ran the program to see what the largest files were on my SSD. Turns out that part of my iTunes library is on my C: drive. I thought it would all be on my G: drive (the place where the rest of the library is). I tried the advice I found online to go to File > Library > Organize Library. It took a little while to do what it was doing, but when I checked my iTunes library on the G: drive nothing had been moved over. Is there something else that I should have done? If I move them manually then I would have to go into add folders to library. I think then I would have to delete the C: drive albums from iTunes. That seems like a ton of work considering it is 65GB of music. Is there a program I could use to move all of it and update the folder information in iTunes? Thanks. --- Post Merged, Jun 6, 2017 --- A thought. If I create a completely new folder on the G: drive will it move all of my music that is currently on the G: drive and the C: drive into the new folder? I imagine that could take a long time unless the G: drive just updates the pointers.