Lightroom 5.3: having no files on boot-drive possible?

I installed Lightroom 5.3. on my PC. Because I have a small 64 GB SSD-drive I installed the program and catalog under a bigger D-drive. But I still find files on the C-drive (e.g. c:\users\manfred\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Lightroom). Is it possible to have all files on D-drive and nothing on C-drive? Is there a setting in the program?

no, adobe programs always use the c drive.

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