Posted 31 March 2016 - 01:39 PM
Yes, it's actually recommended as you don't want to bloat your SSD with programs that do not need to be installed on it. The easiest way to proceed in my opinion, is to create two folders at the root of the drive where you want to install your programs:
Program Files (x86)
Once done, when you install a program, you simply change the drive letter for the one of the drive where you want to install the program, like:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Apple
D:\Program Files (x86)\Apple
This way, all your programs will stay organized the same way and it'll be much, much easier to manage them. Be aware that some programs needs to be installed on the C: drive (where Windows is) in order to function properly however. You'll want to keep your security software on the C: drive as well for ease of access.
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