2 minutes ago, mariushm said:
60 GB is not enough for Windows 10 .. every time there's gonna be a few windows updates, the process will use at least 5-10 GB of free disk space to complete, so you'll always have to keep at least 5-10 GB of free disk space, otherwise Windows will not work right ... you will experience hiccups like randomly mouse pausing for half a second, or applications taking a few seconds to start and so on
SSDs also use the free unused space to spread data across various flash memory cells and reduce wear and tear of the memory cells, so it's always best to have at least around 5-10% (so for a 60 GB drive, that would be at least around 3-6 GB) unused to reduce the wear out of the cheap SSD.
A 60GB SSD will have a lifetime write counter of around 40-50 TB ... if you use it almost full all the time, the maximum amount will probably go down to around 30-40 TB.
So after you install Windows on the SSD, you'll only have around 20-30 GB of disk space you could actually use for games or applications ... and these days, that's not enough for a big game that would benefit from using SSDs.
so get at least a 120 GB SSD.
If you want more performance (faster WIndows startup, launching programs faster) install Windows on the SSD.
thx man ill take ur advice