The 'C' Drive. How large should it Be ?
Posted on 2014-02-02
Hi. The is a subjecct I have often wondered about, ands have come to my own conclusion.
But would be interested in any views on the matter.
I have long felt that the 'C' drive should contain the Operating System, and the Program Files with Essential Data that needs to be installed on, and sufficient free space so that lack of 'Paging' space doesn't slow things down.
But very little else. All Data files should be on 'Other' drives, and backed up accordingly, and they are probably of the most importance.
So what would be the ideal size to use as a 'C' drive ? 110 ? 250? 1TB [ Surely too much!]
And are there any reasons against using a smaller drive for the 'C' ?
Look forward to comments.