My laptop has a 500GB hard disk. It came with two equally sized partitions, C: and D:.
I am curious to know the purpose of this scheme?
Is C: meant to install programs only and D: meant to save all the documents I created? I am not sure if this is the purpose as by default, in Windows, My Documents and all other libraries reside in C: too.
Therefore, what is the recommended way to utilize this hard disk? Should I start storing everything in D: (its empty now) or store in C: then move to D: when C: is full? There is about 170 GB free space in C: now and since I don't install a lot of programs, C: is unlikely to be ever filled up if I use it to install programs only.
EDIT: My laptop is brand new, so the partitioning was done by the vendor.