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The annoying part is that even after a successful Windows updates installation, your system automatically starts installing the same updates again as soon as you reboot or turn ON/OFF the system.Cluster sizes, or units of file storage on a hard disk, can also be changed depending on the type of data stored on the partition.The benefits from installing your applications on a different partition are negligible, but it can make sense, mainly for performance, to locate them on a separate hard drive.He writes about latest technical tips, Windows issues and tutorials.Stardew Valley was released on 26 February 2016 for Windows PC after almost four years of closed development.
I'm not really comfortable with this sort of answer. Is there a security reason for why we should install applications on a separate disk than the OS?