Thanks for reaching out. I would request you try the steps shared in this help article for installing your Creative Cloud apps to a different location: https://helpx.adobe.com/in/download-install/using/change-install-location.html.
For already installed apps, you will need to uninstall and reinstall them to show up in the new location.
Kindly update this thread if you need further assistance. We'd be happy to help.
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You have to install your Creative Cloud apps as a completely new installation, they cannot be moved to another location.
As Anubhav has stated, you need to change the location for installation (from the C drive to the D drive), and that can only be done by changing the install location for CC apps from the default location on your system as described in the Helpx article.
In order to read Helpx articles in another language than English, use the country code between // after the helpx.adobe.com part, such as /dk/ as used in the following link. Anubhav has used the country code /in/ (for India) which still leads to English, so I have replaced that in the following link. With no country code used, the language in the article is English by default.
I am unsure whether another install location can cause issues of other kinds such as restoring the contents of the computer from an image.
If relevant, you may consider keeping the CC apps on the C drive. and only moving the CC documents/files (that you create with the CC apps) to the D drive which can be done by simply copying them.