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    Cool 32GB Model Office2013, Photoshop, Corel, etc... 17.2GB Free!

    Here is a capture of my desktop with spacesniffer showing 17.2GB of free space.

    Installed programs:

    Office:
    - Office 2013 (Word, excel, Powerpoint, onenote)
    - Photoshop CS14 portable
    - Coreldraw X6 portable
    - Nitro 8 portable (PDF editor)
    - Sumatrapdf (fastest and tiny PDF viewer of the world with touch support. Anyway native windows is great too, but this can read other comic formats too)

    Multimedia:
    Xmedia recode
    Winamp (I am a nostalgyc)
    Fsviewer (fastest jpg viewer with touch support)
    Mediaplayer classic from klite codec pack (plays everything with native hardware acceleration, and volume normalization Codec Guide: K-Lite Codec Pack - For XP, Vista, Windows 7 and 8)
    iTools to manage my iPad contents easily

    Tools:
    Teamviewer, AdvOr (anonymize using tor network), compressors (7zip + winrar)m spacesniffer, ccleaner, classic shell, and many other in portable format.

    Downloaders:
    Qbittorrent portable and jdownloader portable.

    Itunes is installed on the 500GB hard drive, just for apple drivers purpose.

    Winsxs is the only folder compressed.

    I have a microsd card, but I only use it for static contents like movies or music and skydrive sync.

    Captura2.PNG

    Any though about how to get more space is welcome.
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    ... sorry did not realise you got the HDD version.

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    how you did it?

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    All the programs ARE on the main 32GB eMMC. HD has nothing but movies, music and iTunes.

    Everything works itself with the keyboard (and hard disk) apart.

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    Captura2.JPG

    - Hibernation off (about 1.5GB)
    Restore points off.
    0.5GB of hidden asian fonts deleted.
    Do not compress folders other than c:\windows\winsxs (I wrote a how to at the tricks post). About 2-3GB extra.
    Delete any metro app if you think you are not going to use it. News, Sports, Mail...
    If you find a portable version, use it. Portable versions are easier to control as they dont write on system folders.
    Everyday at 14h system tries to launch ccleaner /AUTO that clears IE and chrome temporally files. It takes a few seconds as a background software.
    Chrome and IE use a folder at the microsd as default to download files so I keep clean of garbage (not the temporally files that go faster on the main storage).

    The main goal of this is to have the max precious and fast storage on the eMMC.

    I also have some games on metro: GRU2 minion (300MB) rush and jetpack joyride. Metro apps are about 1 GB.
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    page file 768mb, doesnt that slow down ur T100?
    my pagefile is set at 1,9gbs or something
    Last edited by beginning; 02-13-2014 at 05:25 AM.

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    I did not change the pagefile settings, now is set on auto with a max o 1995MB, but system is only taking 768MB.

    I read somewhere that if you fix the size for pagefile, the system will go smoother because of less writting access. But that's next step.

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    and what about compressing the sXs folder, doesn't that make the SSD work harder;
    therefor slowing down the ssd and overtime creating more wear and tear?

    because thats why they recommend not to defrag ssd's

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    If you compress a file to half its size, the ssd will have half the work to read it. So it's good. But the other part is tha CPU will have to work harder to decompress the file to memory.

    So if you use continously a file, compress it is a bad choice. But winsxs is a .dll repository. If a program needs an old version of a dll will try to search here for it. And if you use it frecuently it will be cached once decompressed, so there is no reason to worry about speed in that folder.

    About defrag in SSDs, the reason to avoid defrag is that SSds have a limit number of readings and writtings so you don't want to do any unnecessary access if you don't need to. And you don't need to because there is no difference in speed terms reading a defragmented or fragmented file on a SSd because there is no mechanical parts moving.

    Windows 7 and 8 disable defragment tool if they detect a ssd HD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nportillo View Post
    If you compress a file to half its size, the ssd will have half the work to read it. So it's good. But the other part is tha CPU will have to work harder to decompress the file to memory.

    So if you use continously a file, compress it is a bad choice. But winsxs is a .dll repository. If a program needs an old version of a dll will try to search here for it. And if you use it frecuently it will be cached once decompressed, so there is no reason to worry about speed in that folder.

    About defrag in SSDs, the reason to avoid defrag is that SSds have a limit number of readings and writtings so you don't want to do any unnecessary access if you don't need to. And you don't need to because there is no difference in speed terms reading a defragmented or fragmented file on a SSd because there is no mechanical parts moving.

    Windows 7 and 8 disable defragment tool if they detect a ssd HD.
    interesting post.
    but i Always thought that on my T100 a fragmented microsd was the cause that some folders copy faster to my USB3 than other folders.
    Any idea on that then?

 

 
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