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My question is: Is there a way to ONLY install Windows 7, firefox, Itunes and steam on the SSD, and everything else SOLELY on the HDD. I am willing to go as far as resetting my computer to reinstall the OS, but I do not want to have to buy a whole new SSD Fendi Peekaboo Clutch Bag with 64gigs (as some people recommended)Your life will be miserable trying to micro manage Win7 into a 30gig drive. Many programs will put some components on the C: drive, even if you tell it to install on another drive through its options. and as you have found out. windows is not great at managing space when it patches,. so it Fendi Tote
If you only get a 60GB SSD you will go from micro managing a drive that is way to small to a drive that is too small. Look around at recommendations for OS SSD drive size, and you'll see most saying that 64GB minimum and 120 recommended.
You will have a hard time combining the 2. You could use raid 0, Fendi Gold Handbag
their directory to my HDD. It created folders in my HDD's program files AND my SSD's program files. So the amount of space left on the SSD is steadily going down every time something new is installed. I also installed the drivers for my computer components and their folders seem to be on the SSD and nothing on the HDD
After building the computer and installing the OS. I moved all my username files (desktop, pictures etc) to the HDD. I redirected all the installations to the HDD through rgedit. And I didn't install any of the games from steam. At the start, everything was fine and there was about 3 gigs left on the SSD. However right after a big windows update (93 individual ones), I had only 1.5gb's!! I unistalled Itunes and firefox and reinstalled them with Fendi Monster Tote Sale
Like Yoji said even a 64 GB SSD will be tight. The whole idea is to put things on the SSD that you want to load quickly. This is your OS and some applications. I have a 120 GB SSD, and I only have the OS and a few applications on it and use half the drive.
but there are some risks involved, and you won't find many people recommending raid for SSD's.
And a terabite of HDD for everything else.
Installing programs on HDD rather than SSD Solved
I used to manage my Win 7 in a 60GB partition and it started to get tight. even though I did the basics of not installing any progs on the C drive. directing them to an alternative partition. So now its on a 120GB SSD. (so 111GB usable. and 64GB is free). for example. best to let Windows breathe
Can you do it? Sure. its possible. is it worth it? No. Lifes too short. Unless you are REALLY constrained on cost.
I recently built a gaming computer. I was advised to buy an SSD to install windows on for faster boot times and an HDD for everything else. I checked out windows 7 64bit requirements and it said at least 20gb of hard drive space. So I decided to buy a 30gb SSD to have the OS loaded on it, with firefox, steam and itunes (the programs I use the most) I thought that would be more than enough
will be a relentless struggle to manage.
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