I am just now upgrading to Rhino version 6. My previous version (5) is installed onto my C drive. I have had many many many issues with my C drive running out of disc space, therefor sometimes not allowing me to save my Rhino files, if they are large. My C drive only has about 10gb of free space (no clue how this happened, I only have a couple programs installed on it) and my D drive has hundreds of gb’s of free space. The reason I am curious to if there would still be a benefit to installing the new version to my C drive is because I have an alienware laptop, with large ram, which I believe processes programs fastest through the C drive. Is this even accurate? Or does Rhino not run better on one drive vs another?