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Can you change where ninite downloads?

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December 22, 2013 2:19:36 PM

I have an SSD and I don't want the stuff from ninite to go there but I want it to go to my HHD, can I do that? If so, how?

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December 23, 2013 3:57:51 PM

KingKnight said:
I have an SSD and I don't want the stuff from ninite to go there but I want it to go to my HHD, can I do that? If so, how?


I've not seen a way to do that.

But:
I use ninte a LOT on new builds. And the applications are relatively tiny. They won't really take that much space, unless you have a small SDD. Such as 60GB or smaller. With a 120+, you'll have no problem.

My almost 18 month old Kingston 128 currently has !50GB used. Win8 Pro, MS Office, Adobe Lightroom, Corel Videostudio, etc, and a LOT of apps selected from ninte.

Unless you select everything at ninte....you may suck up maybe 3-4GB. Applications are generally pretty small.
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December 24, 2013 3:36:51 PM

k, thx :)  I decided to just throw them on the ssd since they dont use up much and i use them frquently ;) 
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