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Aha, good to know and most of those software I myself use (except my Office version is 2010).

then it should be either win 7 or 8 with updates only use maximum 25gb so far.
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by the way, I read article talk about we should save 20 to 25% free space for ssd to have good performance, so save 25% for 60gb would only have 45gb left. 45gb with 25gb use for win7/8 would only have 20gb left.
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i got an intel ssd for WIn7 and i got 3 days ago another one just to inatall games on it.If u want and have the money get an 120gb at least ssd
and you'll be ok.
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