I'm not sure if the ram catche needs be moved or not,, I don't think that matters. Ram is emptied when you shut down your computer, so there is nothing in it other than what is being used more or less at the moment.. the computer does try to anticipate,,and have the appropriate data ready for use..Some people do put the ram catche in its own partition, but this is, i believe,, to speed up your operating system when it is searching for data,, I usually do this,, depending on my disk capacity... :) Otherwise,, i put it in a different directory than the operating system,, usually Win,,, and in a relativly little used directory.
I am a firm believer in partitioning your hard drive,,especially if you have only one. the analagy is the hd is like a file cabinet. if you have everything stufed into one drawer,, and something happens.. all is lost. If you are partitioned, then you have more than one "drawer" to put stuff in,, and each drawer is relativly protected from all the others. For organization,, I have a Win directory\partition,games,programs,graphics,and Data... If you are into other things like say video editing, then you could have another partition for this. I always,, and I stress,, always have a Data partition,,and store all my important "saves" here from all my programs.. You can select a "saves" folder in most programs in Options\preferences.
the reason for this,, is for one example,, most virus stuff attacks your Win directory,, and can trash it pretty bad.. This means you have to reinstall windows. If you only have one partition,, then everything is lost in the reinstall... if you are partitioned,, then your data is safe,,but you have to reinstall windows,,and all your programs.
another scenario: sometimes a program install goes bad, or a program gets corrupted and you need to reinstall it,, sometimes this can effect your windows install,, if they are both installed in the same partition... so all my programs(Office for example) go in the programs directory... games in games etc. and saves for all these go in the data directory.
also,, and perhaps most important,, if you are organized this way... all you really need back up,,at a minimum is your Data directory,,and\or the Windows directory. So again another example,, you have the disk for your games,, so if something happens,, and you need reinstall,, your saved games are in your data directory,, reinstall the game,,and point it to your say Data\H&M3\Saves.. and you are back up and running.
The program i have used for years is Partition Magic,, I think it has within the last couple of years been bought out by someone else,, but it is still a good program for this,, very user friendly,,intuitive,,and I have never lost any data,, or had any problems whilst using it...
And last but not least.. the other thing this does,,is allow you to defrag only those parts of your computer storage that need it,, and then it won't take 24 hours + to defrag...
hope this helps
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