[quote="iamntz"]First of all, you move your sublime text 2 folder into a super secure location. Then, in a cmd window you type:
ln -s "Z:\your\super\secure\folder\Sublime Text 2" "c:\users\YOUR_USER\AppData\Roaming\Sublime Text 2"
Also, ln --help is a bit of... well, help [/quote]
Thanks for your help.
This looks like a linux command, it's "mklink" in win7.
But, I think you got it wrong.It looks just a shortcut.
I mean, sublime Don't write these data in the C partition, but in another specified partition.Is there a better way?