FreeMove lets you move an installation folder somewhere else without breaking it.
FreeMove is portable and about as simple to use as it gets. Browse to select the "move from" directory and then the "To" directory and click "Move." The only current option is to set the original folder hidden, but there's not much need for a bunch of options.
Once you click on Move, the files are moved to the new location, and a directory junction is created from the old location to the new one. It's a simple yet novel idea; if a file is accessed from its former location, FreeMove will redirect to the new one.
Programs that require administrator privileges also need you to start FreeMove as an administrator. It's probably best to do that as a general rule.
As you can guess, it's probably best not to move important directories. After all, we think this app is better as a backup tool. Some directories that shouldn't be moved include C:\Users, C:\Documents and Settings, C:\Program Files, C:\Program Files (x86). It is mentioned that moving these directories should work, but there's no guarantee.
To uninstall a program that was moved, uninstall it as usual. An empty directory will remain wherever you moved it to that you can delete after uninstall. To return a folder that was moved, delete the original folder, then use FreeMove to move it back where it was initially.
FreeMove is a great way to keep your programs or games organized or easy to find.