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Windows 7: Fresh install plus optimization

01 Dec 2012   #1

win 7 Pro 32bit
Fresh install plus optimization

A new Samsung 840 pro SSD is on it's way with the courier and I will remove my present OCZ and will install a fresh win7 pro.
At present I have the SSD divided in 2 partitions C:\system and D:\Programs my first question regards the opportunity to keep the 2 partitions: is it good or bad for the SSD?

I would proceed the following way:

1) make an iso of partition D:\programs
2) remove OCZ econnect the Samsung SSD
3) Check Uefi bios if AHCI is marked
4) Install 7 on C:\ (automatic alignment od the SSD)
5) Create partition D:\

??Optimize?? Is it better to do it at this stage? Or after having installed various programs? I think at this stage but would appreciate your suggestions including what sort of optimization is advisable. I could eventually use RT7.

Then I would copy from the iso all the programs on their own place D:\ and from the various distribution files will make the various setup (just for the programs to be registered in the Registry)

Hope my description is not too cloudy and please forgive my bad english.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
01 Dec 2012   #2

win 7 Pro 32bit

Probably I have posted in the wrong section.
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