FUSEDRIVE -Virtual SSD supports multiple hard-drives and storage spaces with SSD caching.
When is that coming to desktop?
FuseDrive is a paid program, StoreMI is free. Also, StoreMI is pretty redundant given the inexpensive nature of high capacity SSDs these days. There's very little reason to pair a low capacity SSD with a HDD for your games and OS, just buy a big SSD or, ideally, a SSD for your OS and SSD for your games.
I have some USB disks, that way if a SSD or internal disk craps out
Yes let me rephrase my question.
I am in a situation where I have multiple drives as I just attained an old/new system that had a bunch of drives.
This was a system I build for someone else for fun in my past life when I was messing around with RAID.
I gave the system to him for free.
Now He had some issues with it so I replaced it with a different one for him.
It would be neat to have all the drives in a storage space and combine it with SSD caching.
One option is:
You could buy a 4 terabyte drive for 109 CAD dollars and a 250 GB PCIE NVME for 100 dollars and spend total 200 CAD dollars on a 4 terabyte cached solution.
There are lots of different types of advice out there. But what I am seeking is something nobody knows about yet.
Will multiple drives (3+ drives) be compatible with Store MI in the future?
I use USB disks to backup important files.These are inexpensive. Internal disks are fine as a secondary volume.
I reformat my system disks a lot when windows becomes unstable
I see that you want to talk about backing up files which is off topic.
I don't find windows becoming unstable very often for me. Rarely if ever a little problem could exist but is fixed with updates.
Quite often doing an update to the next version of windows is a problem solver for me. Or a repair install.
If I notice hangs and glitches during video games I just update the drivers and it works for me.
Backups are important.
Retrieving data ...