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Old 08.09.2015, 23:30
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Default Need to export Temp files to protect SSD HD

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I Have now an SSD Hard disk with the system on it, and I exported all the temp files to another HD to protect the SSD HD from too many writings ( as the number of writings are limited on an SSD HD).

I noticed that in the original Temp folder there a section devoted to JD.

Do I need to export it too ?

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Where are the temp files created by JD stocked ?
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Old 09.09.2015, 02:55
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very few files will be downloaded / kept in temp, so I would say no. plugin cache is kept there, along with some temp update files.

by the way traditional spinning drives do not have infinite read write either.
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Old 09.09.2015, 14:11
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Thanks for the reply

I changed the environment variables location to the 2nd HD anyway & JD still works well.

So I'm happy with that
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Old 24.09.2015, 18:03
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Code:
Control Panel -> System -> Advanced System Settings -> Advanced -> Environment Variables
Here can set %TMP% and %TEMP%
, but do not know how.

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Old 25.09.2015, 01:03
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he was referring to JD temp and this has nothing todo with system paths %TEMP%
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Old 26.09.2015, 07:49
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It makes no sense installing JD2 on SSD - because there is no, but that any difference in the speed of JD2.



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