Music to another hard drive internal on PC

Hello

Because of space issues, I need to move my iTunes music to my C drive on my D drive, which is on a drive hard internal different than C on my PC.  It seems that whenever I tried to transfer my music, I don't properly.  Someone would give the correct steps to do this?  I don't want any music on the C drive, and I want to keep iTunes playlists that I have already created.  I have a Windows PC Pro 10.

Thank you very much.

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You just copy the folder iTunes Music (\Users\username\My Music\iTunes\iTunes Music) on the other drive and then iTunes in preferences, under the Advanced tab, change the location of "iTunes location of the press kit" to the new drive and then click OK. IF it works, delete the original file. I left all the other folders/files in the main iTunes folder where it is, just moved the media like that takes all the space.

I did it on my mac to a network volume that it works very well. I guess that the folder structure is the same in win10 as it is on the mac.

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