Since some time now Microsoft has blessed all Windows 10 users with the (confusingly dubbed) Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).
WSL is a nifty application which allows us to get all the good things we appreciate in a Linux environment on Windows 10 too.
When working in WSL a lot, the files which Windows sets aside for WSL will grow increasingly larger. Up to the point where a reasonable user will consider moving these WSL files to a difference location, to make space on the system drive. Here’s how.