I have an internal SSD with 120GB of free space after installing Windows 10 and removing unnecessary files, and I have also compressed the entire drive. In addition, I have a 128GB USB thumb drive for extra storage. However, I need to download a 200GB file, and the program that assists with the download checks the available disk space.

Therefore, I am looking for a way to make Windows recognize my USB drive as the primary storage instead of a separate drive, effectively combining the 120GB SSD and 128GB USB into a single usable space of 248GB.

Is this possible?

Askify Moderator Edited question May 2, 2023