Re: Difference between hard drive and data hard drive
Originally Posted by TitanMATRIX
oh ok. So the data hard drive would be more for documents, pictures, etc...?
Correct. Usually it's easier to save it all on one drive anyway.
It's smarter to use the "Data" drive (secondary drive) as a backup drive. Get some automated software that backs up your documents on a schedule that works for you.
It's just easier to have documents where they belong, windows shortcuts are already setup for that.
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