When deciding where to symlink-move a program, should it be to a drive that has a fast write speed, in lieu of program's needing to cache/write to disk? OR, if/when a program needs to cache to disk, will it always use the main system (Windows) pagefile?
I've been symlinking program folders off my SSD and onto my external to make space on my nearly full SSD. I realized that the write speed of this external drive is pretty slow. Other than the initial symlink-transfer to the drive, would I need to worry about moved programs having to cache/write to this slow external? Or do programs stick to writing to the main system pagefile (or Windows AppData folders, etc)?