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Question About Installing Paint.Net On An SSD

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Before either cloning an hdd with PDN already installed, or, starting from scratch, (complete OS  + + install), That is, cloning to or new install to SSD, I just want to know if, (its been a while since I've had to install PDN!), PDN can be installed on other than the drive containing the OS? (ie C:\). Its my understanding that writing is what makes sdd's die sooner as opposed to reading.

 

How many here have PDN on an SSD?

 

-corne-

 

(edit: I never have issues/problems with PDN!)

 

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I have Windows 10 1809  and PDN on my Lenovo 100S notebook that has neither a hard drive nor a SSD.  It is running from a 32GB eMMC.

The answer to you query is Yes; it will run on a SSD. I have SSDs in my main workstation computer.

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29 minutes ago, cornemuse said:

Its my understanding that writing is what makes sdd's die sooner as opposed to reading.

 

That is not really an issue these days; SSDs are very resilient.

For example, the Samsung 860 QVO 4TB drive is rated for 1,440TB write. The average person will never come even close to reaching the rated limit.

 

28 minutes ago, cornemuse said:

PDN can be installed on other than the drive containing the OS?

 

Yes, it can.

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