Windows 10: Cache directory hierarchy and jump lists from HDDs on the system SSD

  1.    03 Jun 2017 #1

    Cache directory hierarchy and jump lists from HDDs on the system SSD

    I don't have enough SSD space for all my programs so many are installed on HDD instead. I believe this is not uncommon practice. Unfortunately, when I try to access a jump list I have to wait for the HDD to spin up before I can see it. What should happen is the jump list items should be stored on the SSD. The HDD will still need to spin up to run the program but at least I can tell Windows which recent file I'm wanting open and then move to my next task.

    The same approach could apply to folder hierarchies so I can navigate my directories whilst the relevant HDDs are still spinning up.
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  2.    03 Jun 2017 #2

    Hi, that sounds like a recommendation or comment you should make to MS. (Feedback app or MS forum).

    Is there a question you'd like to ask?
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  3.    03 Jun 2017 #3

    I'd like to know if it's feasible but in any case I've copied and pasted into the Feedback app. Like my other suggestions it will probably not gain any traction because it it doesn't have any pizzaz. It's the sort of thing that would subtly make your life better without you knowing it...
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