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The link said that indexing doesn't help that much if you've got it on a SSD. I saw noticeable speed improvement moving my pst to a SSD, but my volume of emails is pretty massive. 10GB PST file. Just try it either way and see if you notice a difference and have the space for it. There's no disadvantage or harm done.

Also, where in that link was "Indexing" ever mentioned? I really can't find it?
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Personally, I would put it on a HDD so it didn't reside taking up space on my SSD and being written to constantly.

SSD access to archived emails seems like a low priority (to me). How fast do you need your email to be?

Not sure about anyone else, but my .PST would be HUGE - I would def keep in on my mechanical array, but I don't locally archive my emails so...
    
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Personally, I would put it on a HDD so it didn't reside taking up space on my SSD and being written to constantly.

SSD access to archived emails seems like a low priority (to me). How fast do you need your email to be?
Not sure about anyone else, but my .PST would be HUGE - I would def keep in on my mechanical array, but I don't locally archive my emails so...

Thanks for the info. But how about the "indexing" of SSDs, is it beneficial or not?
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Thanks for the info. But how about the "indexing" of SSDs, is it beneficial or not?

The reason you would disable indexing is to prevent writing to the drive constantly. I'm not sure how much it applies to more modern drives, but the idea was that an SSD will degrade in performance as the write cycles are used up. Disabling services like indexing or the page file would prevent those writes from occurring, extending the life of the drive, etc etc etc. These facts may or may not apply directly to more modern drives, I am really not sure. However, I personally didn't leave indexing enabled on my mechanical drives, and don't have them enabled on my SSD either.

It may increase performance, but I'm not sure you'd notice unless you do a ton of file searching.

I certainly don't notice, but I rarely use the search function to locate files as I tend to be overly organized.
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Don't put it on the SSD, just leave it on the HDD and leave indexing alone. Going through my tens of thousands of e-mails for any search parameter takes a heartbeat from my ancient HDD. Putting on the SSD, but disabling indexing is nonsensical.
    
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Don't put it on the SSD, just leave it on the HDD and leave indexing alone. Going through my tens of thousands of e-mails for any search parameter takes a heartbeat from my ancient HDD. Putting on the SSD, but disabling indexing is nonsensical.

Just to confirm, is it disable indexing for SSD and leave it enabled for the HDD?
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I leave indexing enabled on my HDD all the time...I also edit the indexing settings for my needs manually.

I recently disabled it for the SSD again and there is no difference lol, idk what was up before.
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I leave indexing enabled on my HDD all the time...I also edit the indexing settings for my needs manually.
I recently disabled it for the SSD again and there is no difference lol, idk what was up before.

Yup, I don't have anything against Indexing on HDD. My main concern is Indexing on SSDs smile.gif

So which is which for you in your guide?
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