I have the following folder:
Underneath it are the folders / files:
/Users/MyUser/Documents/VMs/WinDev1612Sys /Users/MyUser/Documents/VMs/WinDev1612Sys/Logs /Users/MyUser/Documents/VMs/WinDev1612Sys/Snapshots /Users/MyUser/Documents/VMs/WinDev1612Sys/WinDev1612Sys.vbox /Users/MyUser/Documents/VMs/WinDev1612Sys/WinDev1612Sys.vbox-prev
But all the files in that folder are very small (a few KB), and can't possibly by my Windows 10 VM.
But then underneath my user folder, is another folder I didn't create which has the following folders and files:
/Users/MyUser/VirtualBox VMs/ /Users/MyUser/VirtualBox VMs/WinDev1612Sys /Users/MyUser/VirtualBox VMs/WinDev1612Sys/Windev1612Sys-disk1.vmdk
The last file is 45GB, and is surely my VM. So why are all my files spread across these two folders ? Parallels used to have everything in just one file (which you could look inside to see the contents), and it was easy to move.
Is there a way to consolidate all the files, so that all files for my VM (WinDev1612Sys) is under a single root folder (VMs)?