Windows 10: All my files are on my SSD
All my files are on my SSD
Hey guys i just got a ssd and only want to have Windows on it and some certain programs but whenever i try to install anything it just ends up on my SSD, in some programs i cant even choose what like folder or harddrive i want to install it on.
Retired from the grind
If your SSD is C:, programs will always default to that drive. If you want them installed on another drive, you need to specify that when installing.
What size SSD do you have?
I'm always a bit puzzled about people using SSDs who are reluctant to have programs on them. That's what they are for, surely?
I have a 240GB SSD and have moved data files to it so I can get to use that disk speed.
A 120GB could be a bit restricted but a simple Win 10 takes up only about 16-20GTB.
But perhaps you have a much different requirement.
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