By default Google Drive installer creates a folder here C:UsersUSERNAMEAppDataLocalGoogle (Replace ‘USERNAME’ with your computer username), considering the storage option available with google drives this might end-up in utilizing filling your default drive space if all folders is allowed to sync.

We can change the Gdrive  installation location in two ways.

During installation we can change as mentioned BELOW
  • Download the latest drive installer
  • Begin the installation, then click “Get started”
  • Log in using your account
  • Click next 3 times after logging in, you should see a window that says “You’re all set” –>There should now be an Advanced Setup button
  • Click that button and choose your installation location.
After Installation
  • Click on the Google Drive icon in your system tray
  • Choose Disconnect account… in Preferences
  • Sign in again. You can change the folder when you click Advanced setup button.