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Topic # 111784 14-Nov-2012 20:50
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Hi all

I recently purchased a Asus UX32VD and it was loaded with bloatware. So I found a website which walked thru the process of using the 32gb SSD as a proper SSD instead of a 500gb hard drive with 32gb express cache.

I have found a couple of websites and have tweaked Windows 7 for SSD.

But I'm looking for suggestions on what else I should put on the SSD as I only have 30gb, so far I have Windows 7, AVG and Mozilla + addons and have about 20gb free. I'm thinking probably video playback codecs, download manager and torrent client.

Thanks for any suggestions

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  Reply # 717356 14-Nov-2012 21:02
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Basically I would put all your most used applications onto the SSD, such as your web browser, Photoshop, Office and games. I would also put my high res photos on the SSD too.

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  Reply # 717362 14-Nov-2012 21:31
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I think that you should put the right amount of postage and my address on it *grin*

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