Storage ssd problem

I’m getting a ssd to help my slow boot up times and I was wondering if I could move windows 10 and some of my games over to the ssd and leave some programs on the hard drive.
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  1. donahue.joseph9 said:
    I’m getting a ssd to help my slow boot up times and I was wondering if I could move windows 10 and some of my games over to the ssd and leave some programs on the hard drive.


    You can't move "some"

    What is the size of the new SSD?
    What is the size of the current total consumed space?
    What does constitutes this space, exactly?
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  2. USAFRet said:
    donahue.joseph9 said:
    I’m getting a ssd to help my slow boot up times and I was wondering if I could move windows 10 and some of my games over to the ssd and leave some programs on the hard drive.


    You can't move "some"

    What is the size of the new SSD?
    What is the size of the current total consumed space?
    What does constitutes this space, exactly?
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  3. I have a 240 gb wd blue ssd and I have taken up 220 gb on my hard drive
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  4. donahue.joseph9 said:
    I have a 240 gb wd blue ssd and I have taken up 220 gb on my hard drive


    If you can get that actual used space to below 190GB or so, you can clone everything to the new drive, wipe the old drive, and then move stuff around as desired.
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