In my computer I have a 120 GB Samsung Evo SSD and a 2 TB hard drive. Currently, they are set up like this:
The SSD has one big partition, containing my Win 8 and some programs.
I divided the 2 TB hard drive into a shared partition for both of the OSes (also containing Windows programs) of about 1.7 TB and another one which is the home of my Trusty Tahr.
The decision to do it like that was based on my intention to only TRY a Linux environment, but today I rarely even use Windows any more. So I’m thinking about switching Ubuntu to the SSD and letting Windows have a smaller disk space on the HDD (maybe 200 GB, I’ll probably never use all of the 2 TB anyway). It’s just a thought yet, I’m not even sure I’ll do that in the closer future. Any thoughts, good ideas, hints on how to do this the easiest way?
I might also start working with Fairphone OS (have no clue of that stuff yet) so it might make sense to include in partitioning plans ?
Thanks for your answers