Re: New dual boot laptop: Best file system for a USB live image for installation?
- Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2019 10:33:26 -0400
- From: Felix Miata <mrmazda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: New dual boot laptop: Best file system for a USB live image for installation?
deloptes composed on 2019-04-12 10:05 (UTC+0200):
> Felix Miata wrote:
>>> No Win10 will not be happy with 120GB - better take 300GB from the large
>>> disk for windows and the rest for data linux, windows or both
>> I limit Win10 system partitions to 48GB, and disable paging.
> You always want to arge - but tell me how many applications or how much work
> you did and for what time span - what is the grow rate of your windows 10
> partition when using it on daily bases
Junk accumulates according to the amount of space available for it to fill.
I've never used any version of Windows on a daily basis. It gets used only when
necessary. I'm a FOSS user. I drag the System Restore slider all the way to the
left, 2GB or so. There's no way for me to answer your "grow rate" question. YMMV.
"Hard drive space: 16 GB for 32-bit OS 32 GB for 64-bit OS"
## openSUSE 15.0 connected to my TV
# df -h (redacted)
Size Used Avail Use% Usage
252M 20K 252M 1% WinBoot
9.6G 4.9G 4.3G 54% /
24G 732M 23G 4% WinData
47G 19G 29G 39% WinSys
74G 16G 58G 21% /home
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