Re: Partitioning Help
Hmm, I'd say install the Windows on the 6GB, and keep all system critical files and files relating to Windows (including Temporary Internet files) on there. That way, it's guaranteed safe and easier to maintain as it's on its own.
Split up the 80GB drive into different partitions. Give your programs the biggest partition (about 35GB, I'd say). You can give your personal files another 30GB or something like that. Bear in mind that the 80GB will lose a few gigs when formatted NTFS, but you do have some room for expansion for more personal files later if you want it, as you've made the partition pretty big.
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