- Sep 1, 2009
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Just wondering if any members have Windows 7 on a SSD ? as i am considering building a new Computer just for Windows 7 Pro, i would love to hear of any experiences concerning SSD.
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Exactly my point. An SSD is as valuable with programs as it is for the OS files, half of the advantages to having an SSD are given up to crunch the OS into one and keep the program files on a regular hard drive. Especially if the SSD lacks room to handle temporary files from disk intensive programs, which means regular programs will only load and run as fast as the hard drive allows. I do agree that basic data storage should be left up to a secondary system hard drive.Pfft. I run Windows 7 on a 20GB partition. Just be a good user and don't install anything but the essentials to C:, and you'll be fine.
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