Creating a directory Link Windows
Sometimes you need to create a directory link from one folder to another for example you have a folder A which you want to store on D drive but want to access it from C drive.
In my case my C drive became almost full so I had to move folders into D drive but keep them accessible on the C drive since I had apps that point to SDKs there.
To be able to do that you have to open the cmd and type the following:
mklink /d C:\Users\mozar\.gradle D:\Users\mozar\.gradle
So in the above example the folder .gradle is located on my D drive and I made it accessible from the C drive.
I note this down since I always forget how to make a directory link, hope it helps someone too.