It's a ludicrous false economy to try and protect your SSD from an 'early failure' when you, at the same time, remove much of the benefit of having it in the first place.|
Keep as many frequently accessed files, including Windows temporarily files, on your SSD because speed of access to these files have a direct affect on your Windows experience. Further, anything you know you'll be using a lot (games etc.) should be moved to SSD.
The only things I'd always advise checking once you upgrade is that TRIM is enabled and that you disable any defrag operations on your SSD (which has zero benefit).
You need to weigh up the size / benefit before moving stuff of course, your space is limited.
Edited by silentbob at 12:07:07 04-07-2012
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