I partitioned a 4TB drive on my home network in ten and gave each partition the name of a planet in the solar system.
* Sun – Operating System
* Mercury – Software Programs
* Venus – Web-based Programs
* Earth – MS Office Data
* Mars – Pictures
* Jupiter – Videos
* Saturn – Music
* Uranus – Drivers
* Neptune – Demo/Trial Software
* Pluto – ISO Images
Should the Operating System become corrupted and fails to boot, a wipe can be done leaving the data on the other partitions safe.
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