I have an Asus laptop that I recently downgraded from Windows 8 to Windows 7. The laptop has a small SSD on it with 24GB of space and a larger standard SATA hard drive with 750GB of space. Now I think it might have been a mistake to install on the SSD because it is a little small, but I would like solutions that allow me to keep this installation and not reinstall.
I moved the Program Files directory and a bunch of the Users directories (Documents, Downloads, Videos, Pictures, etc) to the data drive to save space when installing programs. Now the SSD has around 3 GB free on it and the boot up is really fast which I like.
What else can I safely move off the SSD with the least impact on performance? I would feel better if the SSD had closer to 6GB free for temp files and things that might slowly add up. I have read that a Windows 7 Install base should be around 16GB.