Solved How many partitions should I create for 256GB SAMSUNG? Tags: Partition Storage Samsung Evo Last response: July 2, 2014 5:24 PM in Storage Share Fawad N July 2, 2014 5:11:41 PM I'm installing a fresh OS on 256GB Samsung EVO. I'm thinking I should create only 1 partition of 256 GB and put my OS on it. my HD is 320 GB space. Should I or should I not create multiple partitions on SSD? More about : partitions create 256gb samsung Reply to Fawad N Best solution USAFRet a c 901 G Storage a c 75 Ô Samsung July 2, 2014 5:24:51 PM No partitions on the SSD. Just let Windows use that space. Other stuff can live on the other HDD. Reply to USAFRet Share Ask the community Post an answer Related resources SolvedWhich should I buy ? Samsung Evo 500GB vs Samsung Pro 256GB Forum How many partitions should I have? Forum SolvedHow do I RMA a drive to Samsung? I have an 840 Pro SSD 256GB that went bad after less than a year. Forum SolvedHow-To: Create multiple partitions on HD-PZU3 MiniStation Forum Should I buy Samsung 840 Pro SSD 256GB? Forum SolvedHow to create a logical partitions inside existing primary partition Forum SolvedWin 7 fresh install, should I create 2 partitions? Forum Should I buy a 3Tb Seagate SATA 3.5 or 256Gb Samsung SSD 840 Pro Forum SolvedHow to create a partition on windows 7? Forum SolvedHow many Hard Drives should I have? Forum "We couldn't create a new partition..." error while installing Windows 8.1 on Samsung 530U Forum SolvedHow many watts should my power supply be ? Forum SolvedHow to create an un-formattable partition Forum SolvedHow to create an un-formattable partition Forum SolvedHow to create an un-formattable partition Forum SolvedHow Many Displays Should I Get? Forum SolvedHow many case fans should I get? Forum SolvedWhat PSU should I use on my build?(how many watts and what brand) Forum Solvedhow to create a bootable partition on a flash drive Forum SolvedHow many fans should I put for that Pc? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !