Windows 10: Intstalling Off.2010 on storage and W10 on SSD?

Discus and support Intstalling Off.2010 on storage and W10 on SSD? in Microsoft Office and 365 to solve the problem; I had to reinstall W10 (worked, yay!) Now I have to install my Office 2010 discs and get any updates from way back when. I installed W10 on my SSD.... Discussion in 'Microsoft Office and 365' started by tspnyc, Jan 15, 2019.

  1. tspnyc Win User

    Intstalling Off.2010 on storage and W10 on SSD?


    I had to reinstall W10 (worked, yay!)

    Now I have to install my Office 2010 discs and get any updates from way back when.

    I installed W10 on my SSD.

    Is it ok to install Office 2010 on the 1TB storage drive?

    I would prefer to save the SSD for W10, and speed intensive software (video editing, multitrack audio recording, PhotoShop, online multiplayer games.)

    I use Word and Excel and Outlook set to an Outlook.com address (ost file.)

    Any potential issues for Windows and or Office if I run Office from the HD rather than the SSD?

    Thanks

    :)
     
    tspnyc, Jan 15, 2019
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  2. techguy31 Win User

    64Gb SSD for OS or 2Tb HDD for storage ?!

    I suggest that you get the 2tb for storage. SSDs are only useful if you want to boot things fast like OS and programs. I actually suggest you get both if you have that many movies.
     
    techguy31, Jan 15, 2019
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  3. Anne Ros Win User
    SSD storage keeps filling up on its own

    Hi Ash,

    There's a possibility that the files are just hidden. As an initial troubleshooting, we suggest following the steps below on how to display hidden files that's eating space of your SSD:

    • On the Search bar, type folder, and then select
      Show hidden files and folders from the search results.
    • Under Advanced settings, select Show hidden files, folders, and drives,
      and then select OK.

    Keep us in the loop with the result.
     
    Anne Ros, Jan 15, 2019
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  4. miahallen Win User

    Intstalling Off.2010 on storage and W10 on SSD?

    miahallen, Jan 15, 2019
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