Windows 11 Single Volume on 2+ Disks

ShaunSHamilton

New Member
Hello all,

I would like to seamlessly make use of a new disk (Disk 1) such that my `C` volume can make use of both Disk 0 and Disk 1.

Disk 0 is faster than Disk 1. So, I assume I would still like to only boot off of that.

How can I do this?
- Do I want to convert Disk 0 into a Dynamic Disk, and then extend `C` with Disk 1? I am uncertain what the implications are when doing this.

Currently, this is my disk setup:
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