Assuming you have two drives in your PC and that your PC is relatively kick-a.s.s. in general, do you think it would be worth the added expense of putting a 10K RPM drive in as your C: drive in order to speed up Windows's use of it? Music, movies, photos, website, most everything will be on the
drive, but of course, Windows' page file and registry and other stuff will be on the C: drive. So do you think it is worth it? Dell wants $300 to upgrade to a 10K rpm drive, so I might even consider going to the trouble of buying a 10K drive, putting it in the C: drive, restoring the machine, and moving the C: drive to the
drive. Any thoughts? Thanks!
The Naked Whiz