I want to install Win 7 Ult. x64 on my SSD, and have everything else on my HDD's.
But I also want my SSD to be kind of clean, and not have random files everywhere so I want to partition it, and I understand how to move my program files over and such.
Now seeing how the windows would take up ~21GB upon install, I was going to create a 22GB partition before I installed it, but I also want to get rid of the hibernation mode. (I have 8GB of ram so would it take up 8GB?)
So I would like to create a partition for the windows on my ssd, but I don't think I can partition a section of the drive with windows already installed on it, can I?
Anyone know how I can go about doing this?
I have lots of games, way too much to all put on the SSD, as well as many other programs.
But am I able to shrink a partition after i created it?
Meaning if i install windows on a 22GB partition, then delete hibernation, can i shrink that partition with windows still on it to make more room for my games/other partition?