I have seen many answers with similar topic but for me it's still not clear, so I feel like I need to ask. I have a notebook with a 128GB SSD and 1TB HDD.
On Win10 mostly I would like to use apps like Visual Studio Community some basic applications and maybe some games (not so big ones). On Ubuntu mostly Blender and also some basic apps.
I made a 80GB partition on SSD where I installed Windows.
I understand that I should Ubuntu install
/ on SSD also, maybe 4GB
/swap (I have 8GB RAM).
But what about
/home? Some mentioned that it's OK to place that on the HDD, some mentioned that it should be on SSD with symbolic links with Docs/Movies/Music/Pics on HDD.
Also I plan to make a 100GB partition on HDD for other Windows app/games because I'm afraid 80GB won't be enough (even after installing Windows I have only ~55GB, but there will be updates, Visual Studio will be also around 25-30GB).
And the remaining space on the HDD will be an NTFS partition for all the docs.
As you can see the main problem for me is with
/home. What to do with it, where to install it with how much space, etc?
I'm new to Ubuntu new to SSD also but I would like to get a proper notebook as fast and as good as possible.
Thanks in advance!