Many computer systems these days have a dual drive config: a small ssd with OS and larger mechanical drive for "other". It has taken me a while to determine how to organize the "other" files between drives. Example, I have an MSI laptop with a 128 gb nvme ssd. Stores the OS, drivers, frequently used programs other than games (web browsers, VLC media player, MS Office, benchmarking programs, etc). The mechanical drive stores games, large data files (video for example). Also, I have started putting my docs, my pics, downloads, my music, etc on the mechanical drive. Which is not the default drive, but it makes OS reinstalls easier when these files are not stored on the system drive. Looking for advice for experienced computer users on the smart way to organize files between ssd's and mechanical drives. Someday perhaps we will go back to having a large, single hard drive like in the old days to store all files. In the meantime, what is an intelligent way to manage file storage?