Question SSD upgrading - OS and performance

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Hello,
I'm currently using 1Tb hdd 5400rpm. I'm planning to update my laptop with m
2 nvme ssd. I would like my OS to remain in my hdd while jus my design softwares would be transferred to ssd. Will that make a difference or should the os be in the ssd drive to make a difference?

The reason being, Im not worried about the os boot time. My priority is that my softwares perform better. Also I can opt a smaller capacity ssd.

Thanks in advance.
 
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OS should be on the SSD for best performance. That's by and large most of the I/O from the hard disk.

Put programs you use often or take a long time to load over there as well. Data that's access infrequently should remain on a HDD or slower storage (like a SATA SSD).
 
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Jul 9, 2019
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OS should be on the SSD for best performance. That's by and large most of the I/O from the hard disk.

Put programs you use often or take a long time to load over there as well. Data that's access infrequently should remain on a HDD or slower storage (like a SATA SSD).
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