My C: drive is a 2TB nvme ssd and my 😧 drive is a 512GB nvme ssd. The 2TB is slightly faster so that's why I made it my boot drive.
I have the software installed to the default locations on my C: drive:
C:\Users\XXX\Documents\ArcGIS Pro 3.0.3
I am considering storing my projects and data on my 😧 drive:
I want to maximize read/write speeds over time, make efficient use of the space I have, and keep my file/folder names as concise as possible. Is this a reasonable approach? How do other ArcGIS Pro users organize their files and data? If I intend to use Python with ArcGIS Pro, does this have any implications for how I structure my files and data starting out?
Run the first link ... Verify your computer's....
ArcGIS Pro 3.0 system requirements—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation
storage space is less of an issue than ram and your video as you will see.
32 GB ram (min in my opinion) and at least 8 for video