Originally Posted by Karyk
I went with a Seagate Hybrid drive to help with the slow menu issues of WMC. It helped significantly, but I do wonder whether a true SSD would be faster with those items. For the media I don't feel it's necessary, and my HTPC typically only does a reboot after installing security downloads, so boot time isn't much of a factor for me.
Yes a true dedicated SSD is faster/better.
If your happy I wouldn't worry much.
If your not at least a good 120+ SSS is under 100$ and you can save retain your Seagate as a really fast and nice storage drive.
After you installed to SSD just install that drive as a storage drive and delete the windows files\folders/users... to free up that room.
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