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how does 256 gb ssd & 1 tb hdd storage work together on my laptop

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@raine51 wrote:

how does 256 gb ssd & 1 tb hdd storage work together on my laptop


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Normally you store System and programs/applications on 256GB for fast access/loading and store user files/data on slower HDD. You can set slower HDD (Normally G: drive) as default to store your data/files such as photos, videos ....

 

Please use the following guide to set default locations as you wish

 

                https://www.ghacks.net/2019/10/14/how-to-change-the-default-save-location-in-windows-10/

 

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@raine51 wrote:

how does 256 gb ssd & 1 tb hdd storage work together on my laptop


@raine51 

 

Normally you store System and programs/applications on 256GB for fast access/loading and store user files/data on slower HDD. You can set slower HDD (Normally G: drive) as default to store your data/files such as photos, videos ....

 

Please use the following guide to set default locations as you wish

 

                https://www.ghacks.net/2019/10/14/how-to-change-the-default-save-location-in-windows-10/

 

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Thank you soooo much.  Now I will learn how to move my personal files to the hdd drive.  Always learning...even at 70!!

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