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    Default SSD Windows 10 partitions

    I have installed Windows 10 on to a new SSD (Disk 2) and as the picture shows it has 4 partitions and is also attached to motherboard connection Disk 2. Should it have all those partitions? and should I move it to Disk 1 (swap over on motherboard connection).

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    Default Re: SSD Windows 10 partitions

    Those partitions are normal for Windows 10.

    Also, it doesn't really matter what number the disk is - if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
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    Default Re: SSD Windows 10 partitions

    Quote Originally Posted by pcuser42 View Post
    if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
    best..advice..ever :-)

    a clean install would clean it up leaving just 2 partitions on the 'main' HD
    Ive seen 6 partitions, manufacturer setup on some laptops .

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    Default Re: SSD Windows 10 partitions

    Thanks to you both for the reply, will just leave things alone then.

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