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it's dead easy to move my documents folder, and no problems to be found

not so much app data, and there may be problems if you dont do it right

no point on speeding up things that doesnt require it if you have small ssd, eg: videos or music( which by the way take lots of space)
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post #12 of 12
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Originally Posted by ACHILEE5 View Post
What do you mean by that

I'm not saying, use the drive for storage!
I'm just saying, let the drive do its job!
+1. Too many people seem scared their SSD will fail if they "fill it up" You will have upgraded long before a SSD has reached its write endurance limit.
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