...From the get-go, Windows 7 will take advantage of a SSD/TRIM-enabled drive and configure it for you. While I personally disable the pagefile entirely, those who still use it will benefit significantly by keeping it on your SSD.
To determine if your SSD supports TRIM, open a console as Admin;
Code: fsutil behavior query DisableDeleteNotify
If the console returns a '0', your drive supports TRIM and it is ENABLED.
If it returns '1', the file system has disabled TRIM for your drive. This means your drive's controller does not support TRIM.
A firmware upgrade may correct the problem as more and more SSD manufacturers are now implementing this essential feature in the form of BIOS updates for older drives and natively in new drives. Check your drive's site for possible upgrades. While, forcing TRIM is possible, it is not recommended.
To do this: start/all programs/accessories/command prompt/right click/choose run as administrator.
It'll open a "DOS" window, type in the command (in bold above)...
The "pagefile" used to be called the "winswapfile." It is virtual memory stored on a hard drive.
With 6GB of RAM, you probably never use it, so it's just taking up 6-9GB of space on your SSD.
To move it to a hard drive, but still be there is case of usage bear with me, I'm on a WinXP machine right now, but Win7 should be very similar:
start/computer/right-click/choose properties/advanced tab/look under Performance for something "Virtual Memory"/settings/advanced/virtual memory/change/choose your SSD drive/select NO Paging File/click set/(ignore warnings, or clikc OK/Continue/select the hard drive/select system managed size/click "set"...
Very long winded, and the steps for Win7 may be different.
You only have 5GB left of 60GB SSD? Wow, you must have ALOT of games and stuff!
Do you still have a HDD connected? Maybe you should move all the "Libraries" to it, and use is as a data/media disk. From the C: drive, drag and drop these folders from the "User" folder to the D: drive - My Documents, Downloads, Music, Pictures, and Videos. That should free up alot of space, and Windows 7 will now point to the D: drive for these libraries.
Did you "turn off" hibernate. That will free up to 6GB of space.