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I hope to install Windows 10 on my computer this weekend, a task that I am not looking forward to.  But thinking ahead.....

I have a dedicated drive for my FSX flight sim for the installation of the program 'and ons', but am aware that certain elements still  go into parts of the 'C' drive.  My questions is this:

If I decide to replace my 'mechanical' drive for FSX with an SSD, will I also need to replace the 'C' drive with an SSD as it has FSX files on it?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Martin

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Short answer - no!  You MAY if you want to and have money to burn, but you don't have to.

John

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