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I'll think I will do it like this:

SSD: OS, apps that need speed, and the game I play regulary.
7200rpm: All the other games and apps I don't use much.

I got my own fileserver for the rest.

Is there an app that can moved installed games/apps from C: to E: back and forth?
SteamMover. It automates the creation of junction points. They move the actual file but leaves a link at the old location.

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The difference in loading its not that great. I mean its there but not worth the hassle of moving files. At least for my personal taste my games load very quickly in a raid 0 mode. not sure if there is a difference between raid 0 and just 1 hd though but I think the difference would be minimal.
Not that minimal is some games.
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You could always to the classic cut and paste between the drives
No, you cannot just move files around for installed applications. How would the program know the new location of the file?
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SteamMover. It automates the creation of junction points. They move the actual file but leaves a link at the old location.


Not that minimal is some games.

No, you cannot just move files around for installed applications. How would the program know the new location of the file?
Oh, missed the installed applications part... my bad on that.
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