The system will remain working. These posts are based on lack of knowledge on how storage spaces work and how it's set up.That's not a 'specific need', that is merely poor space management.
And i agree with staying away from Storage Spaces, particularly on the C drive, and especially on an already working system.
Uh, no, they're not. They're good advice.The system will remain working. These posts are based on lack of knowledge on how storage spaces work and how it's set up.
I'm not stating the end user shouldn't have a backup of his data. Enabling and configuring storage spaces will not incur data loss.Uh, no, they're not. They're good advice.
Just because something can be done doesn't mean that it should. It's no different than the people who choose to encrypt everything "just because I can" and then pay the price when something goes wrong, and they have no backups.
There has been no specific need expressed anywhere, just a vague desire based on not much of anything. Good advice means discouraging potentially problematic courses of action.
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