If you’ve noticed some extra bulk on your hard drive since purchasing an iOS device, you’re not alone. iTunes backups can suck up a significant amount of hard drive space; liberate your primary drive by moving the backups.
At iPhoneGuru.Net they noticed that iTunes backups were sucking up almost 20% of their primary drive. In order to mediate the situation while keeping their backups they shuttled the backup directory to a secondary drive using symbolic links to keep things harmonious between iTunes and Windows.
Visit the link below to read their full tutorial and free up space on your primary drive without losing the benefits of backing up. Thanks gre9del!
Change iTunes Backup Location [iPhoneGuru.Net via #tips]