Windows 10: question destination folders for hdd on new computer?

  1.    26 Feb 2017 #1

    question destination folders for hdd on new computer?


    hello
    hope this the the right spot for this question:
    new computer 2 drives ssd, and hdd i am new to this concept
    wondering how to set up folders for the hdd to accept files as it is virtually blank. everything is on the ssd 250gb.

    i would like to save space on ssd for music recordings etc so i would like to put itunes, and other games i may play once a while, and other not necessary programs on the hdd.

    so do i go about that, do i need to create destination folders for those? any parameters as to what they can and cannot be named?

    thank you in advance
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  2.    27 Feb 2017 #2

    Your strategy is wrong.

    Use ssd for OS+programs, use hdd for data as programs get best benefit on sdd, data does not make any difference.

    To create folders on hdd, simply use file explorer in normal way.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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