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Windows 7: Using OS storage as cache for HDD

22 Feb 2017   #1

Windows 7 pro
Using OS storage as cache for HDD

Just wondering if it's possible. I have 64gb SSD which has Windows installed on it. I have 500gb HDD which is my storage.

So what I would want to do is set aside 20gb on the OS SSD, to use with expresscache (or similar) to cache the HDD.

Anyone done this? How to install?

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