I've been checking through so many questions here, a lot of forum posts, and I can't get a clear answer to what it is I think I want to do.
I bought the fusion drive because well...SSD...I added a bootcamp installation of Windows 10 - which created a partition on the HDD (as far as I can tell based on what I've read so far) - I followed standard Bootcamp procedure.
Anyways, I want to make use of the SSD on my Windows side as well - but I'm not sure how to go about doing this. I don't want to run Windows on the SSD itself, just certain applications like wamp, and my dropbox sync folder. I think it will provide some great performance for wamp and my php development needs.
This is what I've found when looking at Disk Management in Windows:
As can be seen there, Disk 0 is the HDD and Disk 1 is the SSD. Looking above you'll see the Windows partition, (BOOTCAMP (C:).
Also, the SSD, Capacity, 112.68GB, Used, 112.68GB - so...either Mac OS hasn't loaded anything into the SSD as yet, or perhaps Windows just can't read it? I don't know. The Mac Mini is brand new, and I didn't do that much prior to installing Windows.
Would it cause any problems if I partitioned the SSD and formatted one partition as NTFS so that I could make use of it on my Windows side of things as well?
This must sound very stupid - but I'm not very familiar with all of this stuff...
Any advice would be appreciated. Keep in mind, I need to use Mac as well as Windows.