@Castorix31 @misar Thank you for replying for my question.
I want to install all applications and their related settings and files in another drive but I do understand that there may be some issues.
I am using a laptop whose specifications as i5-8Gen, 12GB RAM and 2GB dedicated AMD graphics. Basically, I have to work on virtual machines but even with one virtual machine, most of time HD is at 100% usages. After all diagnosis, it is recommended to us SSD.
The laptop supports only 256 GB SSD.
If I am right, Windows 10 takes up to 50GB and rest space are taken by user accounts, applications and related settings.
That’s why I am thinking about installing applications in another drive.
Sometimes I think, if I add SSD, install Windows and all applications in SSD and keep virtual machine files in another drive (HD) but I believe this will not be helpful because when I open hypervisor, it will access virtual machine files (virtual HD) which are in another drive (HD) and there will be same issue.
I explained scenario. What do you advice?