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Hiya there

Since i'm probably going to be getting a new ultraportable laptop for my b'day next month

I'm wondering

A) how much space does office 2010 professionally + windows 7 take up on a SSD?

B)does the new AMD Fusion Bobcat platform's PCH or SB or whatever support TRIM if I decide to drop in an SSD into the laptop?

Cheers

Edit: My question makes sense to me....i'm not if it does to you
tell me if it doesn't
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Windows 7 will take up about 10 Gigs I believe, and Office should take up about 3 or so. So 15 total would be a safe bet.
    
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Originally Posted by Mr.Pie View Post
Hiya there

Since i'm probably going to be getting a new ultraportable laptop for my b'day next month

I'm wondering

A) how much space does office 2010 professionally + windows 7 take up on a SSD?

B)does the new AMD Fusion Bobcat platform's PCH or SB or whatever support TRIM if I decide to drop in an SSD into the laptop?

Cheers

Edit: My question makes sense to me....i'm not if it does to you
tell me if it doesn't
TRIM is supported in windows 7 native, it has nothing to do with the chipsets.
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Originally Posted by Klue22 View Post
Windows 7 will take up about 10 Gigs I believe, and Office should take up about 3 or so. So 15 total would be a safe bet.
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Originally Posted by razr7 View Post
TRIM is supported in windows 7 native, it has nothing to do with the chipsets.
coolio +rep to both of you
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