|Moving your own files is easy enough - just cut and paste. |
Moving programs is not really on, unless there are very simple stand-alone types. The latter are very rare these days. For most programs a problem arises because the registry (on the C drive) holds all the information about file locations so that will still assume they are on the original drive. There can sometimes be the odd necessary file in Windows too.
Programs should always be properly uninstalled (not deleted). You can then see if they will accept being installed on the F drive. This requires you to have either a download or a copy of the program on a CD. That way the new locations will be picked up by the registry.
Another way is to format the large drive (currently F) then use a cloning program to ghost the complete C drive contents onto it. You can then swap the drives and switch the master & slave jumpers. Once you have checked that the system boots and runs normally, reformat the smaller drive (now F) and use that as a backup for important folders and files.
I was typing this while response #1 came in, so sorry about any duplication.
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