Hi, I have an HP Stream Convertible running windows home, latest version. The machine has only a 32GB internal SSD that cannot be upgraded, but allows for installation on an SD card, this is settable in the system settings. However, Adobe reader installs to the C: drive, so I run into storage space problems. I spoke to MS, and they say that there is an option to install any app to a specified location before installation begins. However, this option does not present itself when initiating the download or installation process. How can I install to the D: drive, which is the designation Windows 10 has given to the card. So, is MS dodging the issue, or is it possible to instruct the reader to install to D:?
Instead of downloading from https://get.adobe.com/reader , which uses the Download Manager to install Reader in default C drive, you need to download MSI installer and install using the same in Custom mode to install on different location. Use the enterprise download link for the same - Adobe - Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Distribution