I am building a new computer soon and I intend on having a 120 GB SSD and a 2 TB Hard Drive. I am also planning on dual booting Arch Linux and Windows 10. I would like to have both OSes on the SSD and my programs, games and other files on the HDD.
My question is if both operating systems (located on the SSD) will be able to access the files on the HDD without conflict. I would prefer to avoid partitioning the hard drive, but would it be advantageous to partition it (the HDD) three ways - Linux programs, Windows programs and shared files?