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NTFS Junction Points

When I moved my boot drive over to a 64GB SSD, I knew I was going to have to keep most of the larger files on my mechanical drive, but I didn’t really want to have some applications running from C:\Program Files and others running from E:\Program Files. I wanted to keep my new SSD setup as close to my previous mechanical primary drive setup. My initial reaction was to try to mount the mechanical drive as a folder within the SSD drive, but this was rather limited. Read more →