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    Question Moving Folders From A SSD Drive

    I have a Samsung 840 256 GB SSD drive and I'd like to put my most used applications such as Office 2013 and Adobe Premium Web Design suite along with a few other programs that I use fairly often on it. I don't want to fill the SSD up and I'd like to know the proper way of moving those files, document, photos, downloads, and so on to a larger 3TB drive. The easiest and quickest way would be preferred, without hacking the registry. I'm using Windows 8.1 64 bit version.

    Or should I move up to a 512GB SSD and leave it all in one place?

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    Default Re: Moving Folders From A SSD Drive

    you want those programs on an ssd ideally,they will benefit from the faster speed

    surely 256gb is enough?
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    Default Re: Moving Folders From A SSD Drive

    Yes 256 is enough for the programs, what I don't want filling the drive up with is all my documents, websites, photos, music, and downloads. Putting them on a different drive will keep the SSD free for other stuff I may want to install.

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    Default Re: Moving Folders From A SSD Drive

    ahh I see,those type of files can be easily dragged/dropped from the ssd to the hdd and put in folders if you want

    and choosing where to save the downloads to with each program that's installed on the ssd,you can create a folder on the hdd and save to that
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