I'm about to fire up a new computer build and I'm using a solid state drive for the C drive. I want to minimize the number of write operations to this drive, but the OS uses the C drive for the Paging File by default. I would like to relocate the Paging File to the D drive, which is a HDD. I looked through the Windows help file on my working computer and found the section on changing the size of Virtual Memory. It appears that I am able to set the C drive to "No paging file" and the D drive to contain a paging file, so it seems that this is all that I would have to do to get my new computer to put the Paging File on the D drive and leave the C drive alone. Is my assumption correct or is there more to it?