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Windows 7: Extending Volume of SSD using a additional hard drive

02 Nov 2011   #11
ignatzatsonic

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ardenexal View Post
yeh its bout 24 i think so i should have tons of space
How much space are you allotting to System Restore or your page file?

If you don't use hibernation, you can save a bunch more (8 GB in your case) by deleting the hibernation file.


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02 Nov 2011   #12
pinto

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I know I loaded my OS, Office 2007 and Eset on my SSD as I wanted them to be fast.. I have lots of space left?? (120GB Drive) 79GB Free
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