I have searched an adverb of "priority, prioritize", but have not found it yet. Instead, I have found the word "preferentially", which is an adverb of "preference, prefer".
As far as I consulted my dictionaries, "priority, prioritize" and "preference, prefer" differ in meaning a little. Can "preferentially" be used as an adverb of the word "priority, prioritize"? For example, does the following sentence I created make sense?
Music data is given priority over text data so that the system preferentially stores music data when available storage capacity is not enough.