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Posted 26 August 2014 - 05:46 AM
FWIW: I don't think that there is a "correct" answer to give...but I see no reason to treat a drive with the O/S on it...in the same manner that I treat a drive used totally for storage. I can cram items on a storage drive to the point where Windows tells me that I don't have sufficient space to store anything more and that's fine...since I don't claim to understand the complexities of a Windows O/S, I treat it with more respect and, honestly, I fail to see the point of creating a situation that may impact total Windows performance, if I don't have to.
No one has to...in this age of external drives, humongous internal hard drives, and other storage techniques available.
I take it for granted that everyone understands that SSDs (right now) are drives for the O/S...not for mere storage of data files which can be more appropriately stored via conventional methods. Apparently, I'm wrong in taking it for granted.
Posted 20 December 2015 - 05:39 AM
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