By default on Windows, conda saves new virtual environments to your
C:/Users/<your username>/AppData/Local/conda/conda. (AppData is hidden by default, but you can see it in File Explorer by checking View > Hidden Items.)
conda environments can get pretty big, so if you're running low on hard disk space and have another drive mounted, you can easily move your environment to a directory on the other drive and create a symbolic link to the new location. This way, conda will look in its regular path for the environment and will find it just fine, despite the actual files having been moved elsewhere.
Let's say we want to move the environments to a separate drive, mounted as
D:\. We'll put everything in
Open up Command Prompt, and then enter:
# First, move all the contents of your environments directory over to the new location: