I am primarily a Mac person, but needed a PC for some finance stuff and some Excel VBA crap. After fighting with bootcamp for too long, I ended up buying a super cheap HP notebook. When I bought it, I knew it had a tiny 32 GB SSD drive, but figured I would have very few applications on it, and could save everything to dropbox or a low profile flash drive. I've ended up loving the notebook (tbh, the keyboard and screen suck compared to my Macs, but it was about 1/8th the price), but the lack of storage space has ended up being a pretty big issue. I have a near-empty flash drive on E, but it seems like Windows 10 wants enough things on the C drive that it is always full or nearly full. Is there an easy way around this? I'd rather not pull the SSD and install a larger one unless absolutely necessary. I've already deleted/uninstalled/removed everything I possibly can from the C drive. If I could just have Office and maybe another application install to E I'd be fine. Or is there some way to combine the drives to a single virtual drive?