Hello, Bleeping Computer.
My computer has two drives:
C: drive is a 64gig Solid State Drive. The intent is for this to be the boot drive.
E: drive is a 1TB Solid State Drive. This is meant to be the storage drive for everything else.
C: drive is consistently getting nearly full. Once in a while I can trim it down a bit using disc cleanup utilities (cautiously, of course. I heard that disc defragmentation software can wreak some havoc on these things). The bulk of the drive's capacity comes from the Windows and Program Files drives.
These are the folders in C: and their capacities:
Expat Shield - 4.00 KB on disc
inetpub - 952 KB on disc
Intel - 1.07 MB on disc
NVIDIA - 225 MB on disc
PerfLogs - 0
Program Files - 3.21 GB on disc
Program Files (x86) - 15.3 GB on disc
temp - 0
Users - 5.09 GB on disc
Windows - 29.7 GB on disc
Would it be safe to relocated the Program Files (x86) to E:? Would the two files merge? What can I do to minimize information loss if I merge the files? Is there another alternative to free up space? The ideal function of C: is to only contain what is necessary to run the OS.