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Provide a way to nominate LZ cache to another drive than the one the OS or program is installed on.


What do you see as the advantage of this? Just curious.

Because the cache stores huge

Because the cache stores huge amounts of data (gigabytes).

I came here because I was searching a way to nominate LZ cache to another drive than the one the OS is installed on ;)

What system


To help you do we need some information about your system (Windows, mac, linux,bsd). About your disks size and maybe ram. In my case (Windows and archlinux) there are plenty of room on my disks. And i do not find LZ is using a big cache, but offcourse some ram.


Have a nice day

Some computers,

especially laptops, have a relatively small SSD and a bigger HDD. In such cases, this would be handy.

(The "Local" cache solution isn't very elegant.)