Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster
Quote: Originally Posted by Casca
I am saying:
If Windows is installed on C
Install all programs on C
You invite problems otherwise. I have a lot of software installed and my total Program Files space is < 7 GB. There is little real advantage in placing apps on another drive.
I completely agree with this. With the exception of Games IMHO.
I agree with Wishmaster on this. And I'm curious, what problems would one be inviting?
Example: I run an SSD and I do game. One game in particular is Microsoft Flight Simulator X - 15GB! On a 30-32GB SSD, that be the only game I could install on that drive--if I still had space left from other program installs. Any application, not just my games, but any application that weighs in more than 1GB in file size gets installed on a secondary drive: C:\Program Files (x86)\DATA\... (where "DATA" was the empty folder that the drive got mounted to) -- and this serves me well with no problems.
Now, the OP has not stated that he is running an SSD, but again, my question is, what problems does one invite doing such?
EDIT: Just want to add, I'm only asking... My question is not intended to be confrontational.