I have an HP Stream 11 on which I hope to install elementary OS. I got Juno and successfully installed it, but the drive on the Stream is so tiny I had to wipe Windows out and install elementary OS alone. Worked fine except the WiFi (separate question).
I had to reinstall Windows to restore WiFi. Since reinstalling Windows I received a 256GB micro SD that now lives in the Stream's micro SD slot. I'm actually quite pleased with the way Windows is automatically managing that additional storage. Seems to be working very similar to how my "fusion" drive works on my Mac.
Will elementary OS (or any Linux installation) do the same, or will I have to be careful about selecting where exactly I install program files, i.e., on the C: drive or D: drive?
I use this computer for very limited purposes, there will be few applications installed, mostly data files. Will elementary OS automatically install applications on, and run them from, the D: drive transparently?