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Question asked by Steve Forest on Aug 27, 2013
Latest reply on Aug 27, 2013 by Kelvin Lamport



Im picking up  a new computer tomorrow with a solid state boot drive(my first) and was wondering if its better to have Solidworks on the solid state drive and do  all my storage on the standard drive ?? or does it work better having Solidworks installed on a standard drive ??


I have seen a few posts on teh subject but most seem outdated and a little fuzzy on whats the best use


Most on the items I use solidworsk for are a little less than 500 parts but they do seem to take up  shit load of space and I use them ofthan for refference/





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